CDC: Dena's Story, Let's Stop HIV Together

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Published on Jul 13, 2012 by

In this digital story, Dena discusses her HIV diagnosis in 1991 during college and living with HIV as a mom. She urges young people to talk and share information about HIV. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) Let's Stop HIV Together national HIV awareness and anti-stigma campaign features the stories of individuals living with HIV and the steps they are taking to encourage others in the fight against HIV. Join the conversation on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/ActAgainstAIDS.

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  • I saw this PSA running on another video. I can't imagine living like that. I guess the most basic fix is for parents to set expectations about sex and marriage with their kids. Stop letting´╗┐ TV, movies, and anyone other than you have that responsibility with your child.

    It's not just about keeping communication open with your kid. Lots of bad parents talk to their kids.

    Instead, we need to be role models for our children. We also need to make expectations clear and be a real parent.

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