The Scarlet Letters: HIV and Adolescent Life in Africa

The Scarlet Letters: HIV and Adolescent Life in Africa
The last time I was in Kampala, I met a brother and sister who had contracted HIV from their mother. The boy, whom I will call Peter (I’ve also changed the names of his friends and family), was just two days shy of his 16th birthday, and betrayed no visible signs of sickness.

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