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Unformatted text preview: SAS 15-A05, June 1, 2010, Reflective Writing #10 Throughout the quarter I have learned many different things that I had not previously known. I learned the three ways that AIDS is transmitted, I learned the statistics of who has AIDS and is most likely to get it and why. I also learned the symptoms of AIDS and the biology behind the disease. I learned about the different tests that a person undergoes to find out if they are HIV positive and what each of the tests means, how long it takes and if it can have a false positive reading. In the second half of the quarter, I learned about cultural politics, risk behaviors, economic realities, and power relations and how these affect people in everyday life. By listening to the guest speakers talk about what they do for a living, how they try to prevent AIDS from spreading, how they inform people that are higher candidates for risky behavior, and their life stories involving them acquiring the disease, I have realized that AIDS is no long a...
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2012 for the course SAS 15 taught by Professor Kathrynradke during the Spring '05 term at UC Davis.
- Spring '05