has asked those involved with HIV/AIDS if they have grown more hopeful around the possibility of a cure. Walker Tisdale (pictured) from the Fulton County Department of Health and Wellness said:

I'm profoundly more hopeful that we'll find a cure. Profoundly. When I first started in this field, it was the late 1980s, and I was in college, and it was all about doing health education around HIV. I've seen the evolution of blood testing, where you give more educational information; to where you do counseling around behavior changes; to where you're doing rapid testing; to where, now, community-based organizations are doing this work. The advances keep coming, and I am more and more confident that a cure is on the way.

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