Attitudes toward HIV-positives in dependence on their sexual orientation

@inproceedings{Hergovich2003AttitudesTH,
  title={Attitudes toward HIV-positives in dependence on their sexual orientation},
  author={Andreas Hergovich and Elisabeth Ratky and Marc Stollreiter},
  year={2003}
}
According to estimates made by the WHO (2000), there are currently 36,1 million people worldwide who have HIV (Human immunodeficiency virus)/AIDS. Since the discovery of AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome) in 1981 (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 2001), 21,8 million people have already died of it. AIDS is currently the most common cause of death in Africa and the fourth most common world-wide. In Europe the number of HIV-positive people at the end of 2000 has been estimated… CONTINUE READING

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