Multimedia StoryTelling

By the students of MCJ300 at The University of Southern Mississippi

Progress in HIV-AIDS Prevention

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This is a story from the New York Times discussing progress being made in finding a cure for the HIV and AIDS viruses. The video starts out with Deputy Health Editor Michael Mason giving examples of cases around the nation in which the victim has seemingly been “cured” of the virus.

He then brings in Donald G. McNeil Jr. to explain more the unusual cases in which the virus can be not necessarily cured, but more controlled. McNeil emphasizes that there has not been a definite cure discovered for HIV or AIDS. He explains exactly what happened in the incidents described by Mason in the beginning of the video, in which the victims got over the epidemic without the help of drugs.

The video worked really well. It was well structured, organized, and professional. The information was to the point, and was very enlightening.


Written by tnrwtsn

May 1, 2013 at 9:37 am

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