Book: AIDS Doesn't Discriminate, So Why Do We? by Joel Savagecategories: Book, HIV, Immigration, Emigration, Adventure, Thrilling, Aarhus, Denmark, Travel, Tuborg, Copenhagen, Survival, Aids
Joel Savageabout this book: Looking through the eyes of an AIDS patient, knowing that he or she is going to leave you soon is the hardest thing I had ever experienced. But love conquers it all to be closer, understand their plight and to give them the care, love and respect they needed in the society. Close the door against AIDS, not the victim.
Aids is a dreadful sickness which has taken thousands of people to their untimely grave. According to medical report getting in contact or sharing the same facilities with an aids victim isn't a threat to health. Unfortunately, HIV/AIDS victims continue to experience rejection, isolation and discrimination in the societies they live.
Why would you neglect someone you loved because he or she has Aids? HIV/AIDS victims are normal human beings like everyone. They therefore need love, care and respect in the community. Based on true events this book eliminates the fears, hate, rejection and fabricated stories associated with caring for an Aids victim.
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