Sunday, October 2, 2011
HIV/AIDS is something that is known in this world we live in today. It is a chapter studied in high school and it is a common term used in everyday conversation. The HIV/AIDS epidemic has impacted the lives of so many in an unfortunate way. The way HIV/AIDS has become a part of my society is through fear. The fear of the epidemic directly affecting my family or even myself. The fear that this sickness will continue to increase and that a cure will not be found. HIV/AIDS has become all about awareness and everyone has been given knowledgeable information along with advice. In the world we live in today it is better to be safe than sorry. No one can be sure of the past of every individual they encounter in. With HIV/AIDS increasing, society has become more aware.