“Think of this like a snapshot — a few perspectives of HIV-negative 20-somethings.
To start, we posted the following query on NPR’s Facebook page:
‘Thirty years ago, a positive HIV status was considered a death sentence. As treatments for the disease have advanced over the past three decades, we’re wondering how younger people view the disease today.’
Hundreds of people e-mailed and commented with their reactions. We also gathered reactions from young folks we met on the street…”