It's been 30 years of AIDS, and HIV infections remain steady at 50,000 new cases a year, for over a decade now! Does HIV Prevention campaigns make a difference? Why has there been very little change? Is it a lack of information, education, condom fatigue, poor healthcare, government cutbacks, stigma, apathy, thought of HIV as a "manageable disease", economic discrimination?
What do you think? Which campaigns or methods do you think work best?
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