World AIDS Day 2017: 9 facts about HIV/AIDS everyone should know

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April Hunt - Atlanta Journal Constitution

World AIDS Day has been designated every December 1 since 1988 as a way to draw awareness of the disease and mourn the 35 million people who have died from it.

The event has since shifted to focus on successes in the global fight against the disease and the importance of continuing these efforts for the 36.7 million worldwide who are living with HIV/AIDS.

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