World Must Abolish AIDS Stigma To Stop Epidemic By 2030, U.N. Panel Hears

MSNBC: U.N.: AIDS can be stopped by 2030, but stigma remains a barrier
“The world is on its way to ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030, asserted a panel of heads of states and dignitaries on the eve of the start of the 70th United Nations General Assembly on Sunday. … Stigma remains the chief obstacle in squashing new HIV infections…” (Neese, 9/28).

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