Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s election just a few short months ago was greeted with renewed hope by India and people of Indian descent and heritage throughout the world. And judging by the expected crowds who will be welcoming him to the United States this weekend, the honeymoon period continues. On Sunday, Mr.
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It was like delivering a death sentence.
When HIV/AIDS cases started appearing 30 years ago, and effective ways to combat or manage the deadly disease didn't exist, dealing with a positive HIV test with a patient was a harrowing experience for physician and patient alike.
Those afflicted soon felt isolated by an epidemic fraught with myths and misunderstood by a fearful society.
But fast forward 33 years.
Looking back at the past 25 years of HIV/AIDS treatment, the progress that has been made can only be described as tremendous. Since 1995, with the development of the first protease inhibitors, the death rate in the U.S. from HIV/AIDS decreased by 83 percent.