Mark S. King

AIDS2010 in Vienna: A Final Look

Filed By Mark S. King | July 25, 2010 12:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Living, Politics
Tags: AIDS2010, HIV/AIDS

Life is such an arbitrary thing; I was born here, you were born there, she was born over there... and that simple geography equation will mean virtually everything when it comes to our human rights, our access to basic health care and services, and how long we will likely live on this planet.

In my final video blog from AIDS2010 in Vienna, I introduce you to some people who were attendees as a result of scholarship programs, and I talk to the Chair of AIDS2010 about the importance of every voice being included.

Complete coverage at my blog, "My Fabulous Disease."

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Mark, your excellent videos and coverage of the conference were very moving and a great reminder that we take so much for granted while others hope for clean water to drink.

Thanks for keeping us updated Mark! :)

Thanks to you both. Attending this conference was a privilege and a highlight of my AIDS work over the years. (And a lot of fun.)