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I think we should avoid the AIDS / HIV not the affected person .
While we should be aware of some basic health issues and special sensitivities people with AIDS might have, there is no need to learn any special new kind of behavior to use with them. We only need to treat them with the same respect and humanity with which, ideally, we treat everyone. There are, however, a few wrong assumptions many of us make about what to say or do around people with AIDS that can lead to thoughtless and mistaken characterizations and prejudgment. What then, is the best way to reach out to people living with AIDS .
no, as long as you're not having unprotected sex with them.
AIDS, esp'ly in the US is now a controllable disease, and you probably interact with several HIV+ people without even knowing it.
by Davinagirl37 years ago
I argued with a man who really believed there was no correlation between the virus and AIDS. Has anyone else heard about this, or would like to expound upon it? He believed the disease was many different...
by peacefullness8 years ago
How is the church on a whole dealing with or embracing those that are living with HIV/AIDS in 2009?for instance u hardly hear any speaking of the matter from the pulpit it is still taboo and still consider a no...
by Pinky de Garcia3 years ago
From AIDS, SARS, MERS COV and now Ebola, what's next?Our world is becoming unhealthy.How can we prevent these diseases and the undiscovered health-risk illnesses?
by nightwork46 years ago
Should a person who knowingly infects someone with aids be treated like a murderer?even though people no they should practice safe sex, if a person knowingly has sex with someone without telling them they have aids...
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