World AIDS Day 2013
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According to recent statistics compiled by The GridTO there are approximately 34 million people worldwide living with HIV, of which about 2 million die from AIDS related complications. Over the years, there has been a increase in the number of women living with HIV with this group accounting for a quarter of all new cases in 2011.
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On this day, as we take the time to reflect on how things have changed and shifted throughout the years, it is important that we come together as community to continue to fight stigma, discrimination and continue to push for change.