Myths About HIV/AIDS

What Is the Most Outrageous Myth You've Heard About HIV/AIDS?

What Is the Most Outrageous Myth You've Heard About HIV/AIDS?

Jorge Zepeda

Jorge Zepeda, San Francisco AIDS Foundation, San Francisco, Calif.

Jack Mackenroth

Jack Mackenroth, New York City, diagnosed in 1990

Yolanda Diaz

Yolanda Diaz, New York City, diagnosed in 1989

Mark S. King

Mark King, Atlanta, Ga., diagnosed in 1985

Michael Cerveris

Michael Cerveris, Actor, New York City

Brenda Chambers

Brenda Chambers, Indian Walk-In Center, Salt Lake City, Utah; Diagnosed in 2003

Cyndee Clay

Cyndee Clay, HIPS (Helping Individual Prostitutes Survive), Washington, D.C.

Norman Medina

Norman Medina, Gay and Lesbian Latino AIDS Education Initiative, Philadelphia, Pa.

Joe Hammoud

Joe Hammoud, Youth Coalition, Beirut, Lebanon

Josephine Y. M. Kong

Josephine Y. M. Kong, Hong Kong AIDS Foundation, Hong Kong

Michael Rivera

Michael Rivera, Latino Community Services, Hartford, Conn.

David Salyer

David Salyer, Atlanta, Ga.; Diagnosed in 1994

Joe Ohmer

Joe Ohmer, Treatment Adherence Peer Educator, Bronx, N.Y.; Diagnosed in 2002

Rosita Libre de Marulanda

Rosita Libre de Marulanda, Educator and Past Participant in the "SAGE Is" Ad Campaign, Brooklyn, N.Y.


Sarah, Pennsylvania; Diagnosed in 1994, at age 10