Obama Cites Great Strides In Fight Against HIV-AIDS

(Washington, DC) -- President Obama claims the world has made great strides in curbing HIV-AIDS since its early days. In a speech observing the 25th anniversary of World AIDS Day, the President said prevention, treatment and care are now saving millions of lives around the globe. He stressed that a diagnosis of HIV-AIDS is no longer an automatic death sentence.

President Obama claims the world has made great strides in curbing HIV-AIDS since its early days.
In a speech observing the 25th anniversary of World AIDS Day, the President said prevention, treatment and care are now saving millions of lives around the globe. He stressed that a diagnosis of HIV-AIDS is no longer an automatic death sentence.

President Obama says people are knowing how to battle HIV-AIDS.
Obama says people who have AIDS are now living longer.