World AIDS Day
World AIDS Day is celebrated on December 1 each year, or the Sunday closest to it.
Communities around the world remember those we have lost to the disease, and stand in solidarity with people who are affected by HIV and AIDS.
When I acquired HIV in 1987, it was “a death sentence”. One of the first comments made by my GP in 1990 in Regina, when he gave me the HIV+ test result, was that I would need more tests to find out “when the clock started ticking.” Not very comforting words. My work in the community-based AIDS...