Photo Credit: Jeanne White-Ginder
Today is World AIDS Day, a time to remember those we lost, how far we've come, and how far we have yet to go. In the 1980s, people with hemophilia received tainted blood and blood products. Ultimately, thousands were infected and many died. We remember so that we can help make sure it never happens again.
In honor of the day, we are sharing this video of Jeanne White-Ginder being interviewed last year on the 25th anniversary of her son Ryan's passing.