AIDS is still a crisis

Incredible progress against HIV/AIDS has created a false sense of security about an epidemic that still claims more than 2,500 lives every day.

Extraordinary medical advancements have overshadowed the cruel reality that an HIV diagnosis is still a death sentence for people who can’t get treatment.

The world may finally be inching past the halfway point in the global fight against AIDS, but with the population of young people most vulnerable to HIV growing rapidly, a status quo response could mean surrendering the whole fight.

Join ONE now to fight for the 15 million people living with HIV who still can’t get life-saving treatment.


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