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XIX International AIDS Conference in Washington D.C. Brazilian musical performance Carnival Champs in Rhythm of Prevention.
Mary-Jane Matsolo from the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) visits the Umbogintwini area outside of Durban and talks about the high prevalence of HIV and the limited access to health care and treatment in the area.
XVIII International AIDS Conference in Vienna. Demonstration of the "Love Box" which is used as an educational tool at the conference on how to use a condom. Daniela Dimitrovska from Macedonia talks about safe sex and stigma.
American actress Sharon Stone talks about her memories of Rock Hudson and her work with amfAR. She reflects on AIDS and stigma, how to reach out to young people, and the importance of communication in order to change the sexual behaviors of young people.
Erica Chilua Missis Gonde is a counselor and teacher involved in the local HIV/AIDS response in Kafue District in the Lusaka province. In this interview she talks about women's health and the importance of health education to change male sexual behavior.
Last part of the interview with the American AIDS activist and founder of Project Inform, Martin Delaney, in 2006. Here he talks about AIDS activism and the different stages of the antiretroviral drug development from AZT to triple combination treatment.
The primary focus of this documentary is on the history of how the AIDS epidemic started in San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York in 1981. Many different stories are told about people affected or surrounded by HIV and AIDS in the early years of the epidemic.
Students are interviewed on the street in Washington DC, about HIV/AIDS and prevention.
Interview with Agneta Dreber from Folkhälsomyndigheten (National Institute of Public Health) in Sweden. She talks about the Swedish HIV/AIDS situation, about sexuality education in schools and HIV/AIDS education in workplaces.
Jamaican physician Dorothy Blake explains how other sexually transmitted diseases can make HIV easier to catch. She also talks about three main aspects of HIV prevention, which for instance includes a safe sex approach rather than a behavior modification approach.
Mechai Viravaidya, also known as "Mr Condom", educates people in night clubs, bars and on the streets about the use of condoms to prevent HIV/AIDS.
Continuation of the interview with Elaine and her husband Hubby. They talk about their HIV diagnoses and relationship as a married couple, about safe sex as prevention of AIDS disease progression, and workplace discrimination.