In this photo taken July 22, 2012, Lawrence Stallworth II, 20, of Cleveland, Ohio, left, who was diagnosed with HIV at age 17, speaks on a youth panel at the International AIDS Conferen

 

              In this photo taken July 22, 2012, Lawrence Stallworth II, 20, of Cleveland, Ohio, left, who was diagnosed with HIV at age 17, speaks on a youth panel at the International AIDS Conferen
In this photo taken July 22, 2012, Lawrence Stallworth II, 20, of Cleveland, Ohio, left, who was diagnosed with HIV at age 17, speaks on a youth panel at the International AIDS Conference in Washington. Stallworth learned he was infected with HIV at age 17, when he was a high-school senior, after a hospitalization. A black gay man, he's among one of the nation's highest-risk groups. He's now an Ohio AIDS activist who works to teach young people that they need to protect themselves, and how. From left are, Stallworth; Helena Nangombe of Namibia; Romane Knight of Jamaica; and Ashanta Osborne-Moses of Guyana. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)