Fake Cures, Myths Inhibit Efforts To Prevent, Treat HIV/AIDS

NPR: Fake Cures For AIDS Have A Long And Dreadful History
“…[A]ny claim for an unproven cure, offering hope that could deter patients from effective treatment, is cruel. But myths, false claims and outright fraud have persisted in the AIDS epidemic…” (Brink, 8/17).

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