According to a report published by the New York Times, HIV/AIDS patients are committing suicide at a far higher rate than the general population, and at a higher rate even than among people with other fatal diseases, according to a new study of patients in New York City. 

Too often HIV/AIDS victims become targets of hate, rejection and discrimination in the society and sometimes face rejection by family and friends. Unfortunately, the discrimination and stigma they suffer are extended to those who take care of them.

‘AIDS doesn’t discriminate, So why do we?’ is Joel’s sixth book coming out in June from his publisher ‘Virtual Book Worm’ in the United States of America. The book which is dedicated to HIV/AIDS victims worldwide eliminates the fears of caring for such patients and brings the human side to the forefront. Close the door against Aids, not the victim.

The book is available at and . 
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