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The wrong way to fight AIDS in Sudan

In Sudan, Zizou from Djerba critiques what he calls a “poster of death” that uses a skull and crossbones [Fr] to warn people about the dangers of AIDS, without offering any information about treatment or prevention. He writes that AIDS is no longer a death sentence, and that the wrong messages “help propagate the virus” and “worsen the stigmatization” of those who carry it.

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