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The Most Important Person in This Century Without the following person¡¦s compassionate encouragement and sympathetic support, AIDS victims would be reputed as untouchables; adolescents, who were homeless, addicted to drugs and alcohol would have never offered any concern or assistance. Without this person, people would be stubborn, stingy and closed-minded; millions of innocent patients would have been insulted, suffered and died. Undoubtedly, this important and contributive person¡¦s the honorable Princess Diana, she offered everyone with sincerity and guidance, like an angel sent by God who led desperate people out of suffering.The young Princess of Wales deci ...view middle of the document...

Diana knew and understood that people are misjudging her, but she's got the sense and compassion to follow her own inner beliefs. Diana came far in helping others realize the truth about those with HIV and disproved the many stereotypes of the sick. She was the first important person in Britain to indicate people that AIDS victim are not untouchables, touching them doesn¡¦t meant death. Princess Diana made the statement to people all over the world, "HIV does not make people dangerous to know, so you can shake their hands or give them a hug." Princess Diana was the royal patron of seventy separate charities and had a restless work schedule to keep up with all of them. She knew she has a duty to perform it. Initially, charities devoted to babies and child welfare were singled out for her attention, soon Diana discovered other opportunities. She decided she wanted to help young people-closer to her own age-with drug and alcohol problems and the young homeless. After concerning about AIDS, the charity Diana determined to raise funds for research into problems of the unborn child, including stillbirth, infant death, and infertility. Since Diana came aboard, many of the obstacles were solved and tackled. Her involvement with the charity has attracted stars from the entertainment world, which has helped it improve the survival rate of some premature infants by up to seventy percent.Meeting with the Princess brings new hope to the suffering patients. She understands the joy of having a baby and the anguish if something goes wrong. In 1987, she became patron of Turn...

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