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The Human Immunodeficiency Virus has been around, now for more than 25 years… it is unequivocally the most devastating virus known to man, AND yet many people still don’t know the significance behind it. People have fear of the unknown and unlearned.
Because there is no cure known for HIV at this particular time, we have to educate ourselves, as to what brings the condition on, and what can be done to stop the spread of it, this is the best way.
Each year there is more and more new HIV infections, this shows a lack of knowledge needed by people, and education needs to be an on going process, because each generation of young people needs to be informed on how to protect themselves from HIV as they grow up, someone has to teach them the proper methods.
Teaching and training of the younger generation is essential and must be done by those with the knowledge of HIV/AIDS that is reinforced throughout time in order to let them enjoy life.
The importance of HIV education plays a major role in everyday life, some people look at a person that is HIV infected differently, and this is accompanied by ignorance, and ultimately anger. This is typical when you are dealing with the unknown; having a good understanding of HIV would tear down those barriers, and helps to create a common ground for the better of all humanity. BY:GREG JONES JUNE 30 2010