In 1991, David Neal, who grew up in Fort Walton Beach, had been diagnosed with AIDS, along with 45,500 other people in the United States. At that time, the diagnosis meant he probably had two years or less to live.Ten years after the first cases of AIDS w
Kim Rainier of Arnold and her son, Toch-a-wah, hiked in 2009 honor of her late brother, Robert Khan Wallace. For people diagnosed with HIV and AIDS, life is full of pills, blood tests, financial anxiety and sometimes isolation.
While AIDS and HIV no longer command the nation’s attention like in years past, the public health threat remains strong despite advances in treatment and survival. People still cannot afford to relax their precautions against this incurable disease and