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The web is mobilizing for the 17th international AIDS conference. The AIDS conference began yesterday in Mexico.
The NGOs, doctors and AIDS organizations are going online to talk about AIDS and find prevention and treatment methods. The human rights platforms are putting their concerns online to make themselves heard.
You can see an infected Congolese father putting up a blog on the net and saying he cannot afford treatment and realizes on the generosity of the donors.
India is showing strong mobilization against HIV and AIDS.
Add United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to the list of people who understand that arresting and punishing sex workers is counter-productive in the battle against HIV/AIDS. And take the government of Cambodia off that list.
Many of us might think of HIV as associated with teens and younger adults, but statistics show that 19 percent of those infected were diagnosed at age 50 or older.