1988~2008: 20 Years of World AIDS Day Observance

Facing AIDS - World AIDS day 2008

AIDS has left a generation of children orphaned on the African continent. Here at home in the US, the incidence of HIV and AIDS is greatest among heterosexual African-American females. This issue is too important not to arm yourself with information and become involved.

There are many ways you can take action in response to HIV/AIDS:
* get tested for HIV

Your Zip Code to KnowIT or 566948 To find HIV test centers hear you www.hivtest.org

* practice safe methods to prevent HIV
* decide not to engage in high risk behaviors
* talk about HIV prevention with family, friends, and colleagues
* provide support to people living with HIV/AIDS

Learn more: The CDC has developed these fact sheets about HIV/AIDS in the Unite States.  AIDS in the US us.pdf, AIDS in Women women.pdf, AIDS in African Americans hzq2pbj3.pd.

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