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The AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) recently launched the Know Your Status Tour, a multi-city campaign tailored towards educating millennials on the importance of safe sex, taking preventative measures to avoid contracting STDs, and for those infected, informing them of what medications are available to help treat the illness. The AHF has rallied several social media…

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Being diagnosed with a life-threatening illness is a devastating event in any person’s life. When it comes to an HIV diagnosis, the event becomes even more agonizing. The pending prospect of a wasting illness and death hangs like an ever-present sword waiting to drop on the afflicted. For some, it can lead to a downward…

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Being diagnosed with a life-threatening illness is a devastating event in any person’s life. When it comes to an HIV diagnosis, the event becomes even more agonizing. The pending prospect of a wasting illness and death hangs like an ever-present sword waiting to drop on the afflicted. For some, it can lead to a downward…

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Being diagnosed with a life-threatening illness is a devastating event in any person’s life. When it comes to an HIV diagnosis, the event becomes even more agonizing. The pending prospect of a wasting illness and death hangs like an ever-present sword waiting to drop on the afflicted. For some, it can lead to a downward…

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Being diagnosed with a life-threatening illness is a devastating event in any person’s life. When it comes to an HIV diagnosis, the event becomes even more agonizing. The pending prospect of a wasting illness and death hangs like an ever-present sword waiting to drop on the afflicted. For some, it can lead to a downward…

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Being diagnosed with a life-threatening illness is a devastating event in any person’s life. When it comes to an HIV diagnosis, the event becomes even more agonizing. The pending prospect of a wasting illness and death hangs like an ever-present sword waiting to drop on the afflicted. For some, it can lead to a downward…

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On November 7th, 1991, Magic Johnson held a press conference in Los Angeles to reveal to the world that he had contracted HIV and was stepping away from the game of basketball. Johnson was not the first celebrity to announce being infected with HIV. Johnson recalls it being the hardest thing he ever had to…

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National HIV Testing Day is June 27. This year’s campaign’s theme is “Take the Test, Take Control.” According to the CDC’s website, the United States has nearly 1.1 million people living with HIV with almost one in five not knowing they are infected. Every year, to raise awareness and know your status, National HIV Testing Day…

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