HIV unit official Edward Francis Gregoire, criticizes the lack of attention on HIV/AIDS in certain jurisdictions, suggesting this may be due to arrogance or ignorance of the facts.
Edward Francis Gregoire from Dominica’s HIV unit raises concerns about the lack of emphasis on health issues like HIV/AIDS in certain jurisdictions. While acknowledging that everyone is aware of HIV and how it is contracted, he suggests that the limited attention may be due to arrogance or ignorance of the facts. Mr. Gregoire emphasized that HIV should not be considered taboo, urging increased awareness and consciousness in the community.
Gregoire pointed out that there have been ample publications, topics, and conversations about HIV and AIDS across various media platforms. Despite this, he expressed uncertainty about people's attitudes, speculating as to whether they don't care, avoid discussing it, or simply choose not to engage in conversations. Nevertheless, he noted that the issue is present in people's minds, and that it might be a matter of unwillingness or discomfort in discussing it openly.
Edward Francis Gregoire from the HIV unit.
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