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PreventHIVLou 9h
When we educate ourselves we are able to spread the truth instead of inaccurate information. Help us shift the mindset about HIV - encourage your friends to follow us for ample opportunities to learn something new each week!
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USAID Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision Project 14h
It’s quick, It’s safe, It’s free! Book your Medical Male Circumcision TODAY!
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disconnected Mar 21
Y'all ever had unprotected sex it's pretty cool. Especially with someone you just met. Not the smartest thing to do though.
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Sola Charles Mar 22
In LMIC access to combination therapy for in need of treatment is a major public health challenge. A critical overview of different financing modalities of HIV/AIDS care at the microeconomic level and analysis of advantages & limitations is desirable
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ACCKWA 9h
PrEP means Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis - the use of anti-HIV medications to keep HIV negative people from becoming infected. Are you interested in taking for ? Come talk to the Doc starting April 1, 2019. No joke!
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UNAIDS Mar 20
was the leading cause of death for (aged 15–49 years) worldwide in 2017. We must ensure that all women and girls have access to the and treatment services they need.
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Holatinos 3h
A few more from The 2019 National HIV prevention Conference.
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Blez Inyang Foundation For Aids Mar 20
The "YOU DON GO CHECK YOUR STATUS INITIATIVE" is aimed at sensitizing people about the need to know their statuses. "It is the AFRICAN PIDGIN ENGLISH of HAVE YOU CHECKED YOUR STATUS" ask someone today: YOU DON GO CHECK YOUR STATUS..
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PreventHIVLou Mar 21
In Kentucky, the most common route of HIV transmission is sexual contact, with injecting drug use the second most common. We can help you assess your risk factors and introduce you to ways to prevent the spread of HIV! Reach out to your favorite Team today😊
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Tigran Avoundjian Mar 18
After a day of grading (and the last day of the Intro to Epi Methods series; I'm already missing all of the awesome students, working with three amazing professors and my co-TAs), it's off to the conference in Atlanta.
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PreventHIVLou Mar 24
In case you forgot to mark your calendars, we want to remind you that in just TWO days we will be having an open discussion, free food, door prizes, fun, and of course HIV testing!
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H A G O N O Mar 19
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Michael Rampedi Mar 21
Replying to @TAC @rene_sparks and 4 others
I beg to disagree. The silence of religious leaders in the plight against and treatment, STI infections and family planning, is delaying progress. Don't judge, but advise! Apologies if I misunderstood the context of the above quote.
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Timothy Hunt, PhD, MSW, LCSW Mar 22
's Kristi Stringer presents important work on black women's experience of correctional misconduct and mental health risks.
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Melissa Finch Carr Mar 19
“Today we have the right data, the right tools, and the right leadership to end the HIV Epidemic.”
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Westat Mar 19
We're amazed by the work of attendees. It’s incredible to see so many people passionate about and
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PleasePrEPMe.org 3h
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PrEP Her Mar 16
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EPIC 10h
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EPIC 4h
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