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Unformatted text preview: Do you agree that there are some challenges in life that technology will never be able to solve? If yes, which ones? If no, explain why. 4.- Gould expresses that because of the lability of human sexuality, now AIDS has begun its march through our own heterosexual community (Gould 762). Do you believe AIDS has become a worldly concern just because now anyone can be a target, and if it would still be only a homosexual disease we would not be searching for a cure as intensively as we are now? Explain. Works Cited Gould, Stephen J. The Terrifying Normalcy of AIDS. The McGraw-Hill reader: issues across the disciplines. Ed. Gilbert Muller. New York: McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 2008. 760-3....
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