this makes sense

[SIZE=6]Understanding HIV prevalence[/SIZE]

HIV prevalence does not indicate that a country has an AIDS crisis, as HIV and AIDS are separate conditions. HIV prevalence, instead, indicates that people remain alive, despite the infection. South Africa has the largest HIV treatment programme in the world.

With the correct medication, HIV is a manageable chronic condition, like diabetes or hypertension. A population with a larger proportion of diabetics, means more people are receiving treatment for the condition. Hence, a population with a larger proportion of HIV-positive people, means more people are receiving anti-retroviral treatment.

Nothing will convince us to poke the wrong holes

Accept arvs and move on without much theories or research otherwise tuma paybill I send you rope money atleast we will have peace online

@patco ako na full blown AIDS but hutomba @WIGSPLITTA na @Douchebag na @T.Vercetti na @Obaba mkundu

[SIZE=5]Bookusu fake umejaa supu ya mbwa kwa akili.[/SIZE]

[SIZE=5]Sibuno ya efubu.[/SIZE]

Mluhya ni kama unachizi pole pole. Na unachizi kwa sababu umezoea kutomba babako mkundu.

malisa hii ghaseer

Acceptance (rather than denial) is the first and most important step to living with and managing HIV.

Absolutely makes sense.
There are many indicators which may bring about the same feelings of confusion and distrust. It is something like the popullation of a country earns minimum of $100,000 per month, however, those people who earn less than $100,000 per months are killed by the police. The statistics is awesome but the reality is not. I believe that modern people need to know basic statistics in order to understand some of the modern concepts that are widely used in describing the reality we are living in and come to the right conclusions.
Some people still believe that statistics is merely academic subject and has no connection to the reality, but it has and if you know statiscs better than people around you, you have more chances to achieve something than them.