World AIDS Day 2010

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Today is World AIDS Day, and to celebrate, here are the best links from around the Web.

Today is World AIDS Day, and to celebrate, here are the best links from around the Web.

The Washington Post put together a nice feature that examines the timeline of this pandemic. Did you know that the first HIV sample was taken in 1959?

USA Today calls attention to some of the celebrities that are helping to drive AIDS awareness, including Elton John and Kim Kardashian.

The Huffington Post offers up an interview with Ugandan Gideon Byamugisha, an Anglican priest who found our that he was HIV positive in 1991.

Social media is all the rage these days, and the New York Times informs us of how campaigns are being constructed on this medium to raise HIV and AIDS awareness.

NPR has put together a 10 minute audio clip featuring Dr. Sohail Rana, a Professor of Pediatrics and Child Health at Howard University who treats HIV-positive children and adults.

CNN blogger Djimon Hounsou outlines a plan to work toward a world of AIDS-free children by 2015.

Last, but certainly not least, HCPLive calls attention to the mental health of those who care for AIDS patients.

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