In this edition of "Tapestry: The Faces of AIDS," the World AIDS Museum (WAM) and Educational Center presents an up close and personal interview with Gina Granato-Hossack. Gina was diagnosed with HIV in 1991, at the time she had also found herself pregnant. She participated in one of the first clinical trials to prevent babies getting HIV from their mothers at birth. Gina's trial 076 was very successful and made world history when Juan David was cleared of HIV at 18 months. In her up close and personal interview Gina explains her lifelong work in the fight to eradicate the pandemic and educate the world about AIDS.
The World AIDS Museum is the first museum dedicated to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. The Educational Center provides information on treatment and prevention of HIV. Whether infected or affected, everyone has been touched by this in their own personal way. WAM: MISSION STATEMENT
- Increase awareness and decrease stigma the AIDS epidemic by documenting the history of HIV/AIDS, remembering the people who have suffered from this disease, educating people about HIV/AIDS, enlightening the world to this continuing tragedy and empowering the survivors. WAM: LOCATION 1201 NE 26th Street Suite 111 Wilton Manors, Florida 33305 954.390.0550 WorldAIDSMuseum.org Produced and Directed by Mauricio Gerson CommunityofLights.com Tapestry: The Faces of AIDS (TM)