National HIV Awareness Month: Despite Major Achievements, HIV Persists as Major Public Health Crisis in the U.S.

June 21, 2012 - Washington, DC - National HIV Awareness Month.  This July, a broad cross-section of public, private, nonprofit and government organizations will come together to issue a clear challenge: it's time to end HIV in America. During the first National HIV Awareness Month (NHAM), these organizations will undertake ongoing efforts to re-engage the American public and reignite focus on the domestic HIV epidemic through an education effort that raises awareness of the impact of HIV on our families and our communities. Continue reading...

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