In the article, No Baby Should Be Born With HIV. What Will It Take to Save Them All, Alice Park discusses the stigmas and problems associated with being infected with HIV/AIDS. Park first gives an example of a woman who was infected and found out she was pregnant. To make sure that she did not pass the infection on, she took costly medication; however, she did not like the stigma associated with HIV/AIDS, and told no one else except her and her boyfriend. Park talks about how reducing the negative stigma associated with HIV/AIDS will encourage more people to get tested and therefore pass the disease onto less people and babies. The authors purpose in this article is to help give examples of how reducing the stigma and making changes in the way HIV/AIDS is looked at can make the future populations healthier and HIV free. The intended audience for this article is probably people interested in finding ways to help reduce the spread of the disease.