Report Examines Journalistic Coverage Of HIV/AIDS Epidemic

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Is HIV still worth reporting?
“More than 30 years after the AIDS epidemic began, HIV is no longer a story that engages journalists or the public, and when it is covered, it is often sensationalized or based on information that is out of date. These are some of the findings of a report being presented to a parliamentary group on HIV and AIDS at the House of Commons in London today…” (Nguyen, 9/2).

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