World Aids Day is a timely reminder about the dangers of a virus, like Ebola, which still has no cure

Published: December 1, 2014

Bangkok Post
Arusa Pisuthipan
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Today marks World Aids Day. But you might not be aware of the fact. The disease has probably slipped off the public radar this year amid the presence of well-publicised Ebola and bird flu outbreaks.

Medical personnel and scientists have, however, never stopped paying attention to HIV/Aids. The World Health Organization’s (WHO) theme on World Aids Day this year is to improve HIV prevention and treatment.

Encouraging condom use is still one of the HIV/Aids-associated concerns in Thailand, especially given the largest part of the HIV/Aids-infected equation highlights sex-related transmission. Last year,…

– HIV transmission for men who have sex with men is still high, especially among those living in large urban areas and international tourist destinations like Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Phuket and Pattaya.

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