World AIDS Day
Transforming Health | 11.30.12
About 1.1 million Americans are living with the HIV virus. Progress has been made in treatment and most who contract the disease are living longer. The bad news though is it's estimated that one-in-five don't know they have the HIV virus and that's one of the reasons testing is so important. Click here to learn about some of the signs and symptoms associated with the virus.
Some 50,000 become infected with the virus each year in the United States compared to about 130,000 in the mid-80s. Explore a timeline of AIDS here.
In this episode of Radio Smart Talk, host Scott LaMar discusses this important topic with Phil Goropoulos, president and CEO of Alder Health Services and Tamara Allen Wurst, HIV Provider Relations Manager at the Family Health Council of Central Pennsylvania.
Listen to the program:
Phil Goropoulos, president and CEO of Alder Health Services and Tamara Allen Wurst, HIV Provider Relations Manager at the Family Health Council of Central Pennsylvania.
Please help raiswe awareness about AIDS on World AIDS Day, December 1st, 2012, by sharing this article with those you care about. And, please share your thoughts on this topic in the comments section.
This episode of Radio Smart Talk was broadcast on Thursday, November 29th, 2012.
Published in Personal Transformation
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