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Hello for this sentence: His brother's friend is an aid victim to change it, would I put His brother's friend is a person with aids. we have to change it for people with diseases or disabilities.

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would I put His brother's friend is a person with aids

I think that would work. Just be accurate, though. It's AIDS, not aids. The two have entirely different meanings!!



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