AIDS: 30 Years of a Deadly Disease
Though AIDS has possibly been around since the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, it was only in the 1950s that doctors really began to take notice of this strange disease. And it took another thirty years for the disease to become the serious epidemic it is today. Early in its infancy, misinformation and misunderstanding was rampant in terms of AIDS. For example, it was thought to only affect the homosexual community. Today there remains prejudice about AIDS. However, as we inch closer to a cure, we inch closer to acceptance as well. In this video, WatchMojo.com outlines the spread and acceptance of AIDS since 1981.