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why was/is there a stigma attached to AIDS?

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    AIDS can be spread by unsterile needles, blood, and sexual activity.

    It's scary to think that a teacher must put on gloves in order to bandage a child's skinned knee.

    A nurse in a pulmonary unit told me that she had accidentally touched an AIDs patient's blood and therefore was being tested for AIDs.

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