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In House of Numbers: Anatomy of an Epidemic, an AIDS film like no other, the HIV/AIDS story is being rewritten. This is the first film to present the uncensored POVs of virtually all the major players; in their own settings, in their own words. It rocks the foundation upon which all conventional wisdom regarding HIV/AIDS is based. House of Numbers could well be the opening volley in a battle to bring sanity and clarity to an epidemic gone awry.
Originally posted by SteffieJo
reply to post by minor007
Man you don't need to get cancer...people like you are a cancer to society. I'm sure it's so easy for you to sit there and judge, but if it was you who got sick, I can tell you would just be an angry hateful person. Wait...are you sick now?
From 1999 there was a steep increase in the number of annual HIV diagnoses, peaking in 2005 at 7,982. There was a slight decline in subsequent years, but the number of new diagnoses today is still far higher than the pre-2003 rate.
Originally posted by Wertdagf
I think people find it easier to blame problems on individuals instead of the society that raised them.