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Exxaro Dec 2
We're actively running HIV/AIDS awareness campaigns at the conneXXion and each of our operations. The health of our employees is important to us - that's why we are encouraging them to undertake health assessment tests in this period to know their status.
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Porn Pedallers Dec 5
Here we are again. We're a cycling club that raises money for HIV charities, right? But have deemed we breach their T&Cs. Every penny collect via for went to Yet more prejudice because of our day jobs. Acceptable?
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Sanele Sano Ngcobo🇿🇦 Dec 3
Imagine if Marikana Massacre was to happen 9 times a day, 365 days a year, what would be our response? StatSA 2018 - 115 167 people in SA died of AIDS related deaths. That about 315 people dying everyday. We are in a war and we are loosing 315 soldiers daily.
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Tom Steyer Dec 2
Yesterday was . Today, I to raise awareness and to acknowledge the work we have left to do in confronting this pandemic and supporting all those impacted.
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Mylan Dec 6
This week, Mylan employees showed their support for by wearing red! Thank you for all you do every day to provide access to medicine for the world’s 7 billion people.
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Eliane Becks _The HIV Stigma Fighter Dec 2
Good morning. How is life after the 1st December ? My journey continues while I am walking,I think what stigma still doing to my community.Can you believe about 2.600 people in the Netherlands have HIV without Knowing it? is big problem
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Anglo American ZA Dec 6
Meet Kedibone Lekoto, a plant operator at Mogalakwena mine. She tested positive in the early 2000s & has since become an advocate for the fight against /. Not only do we want to see our employees live healthy lives, but we want to see the end of HIV/AIDS.
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Tony Halton @ Barts Health Dec 3
In Worlds AIDS Day week, great to visit our HIV and sexual health teams today. Big thanks to and fab colleagues!
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Commissioner Oxiris Barbot Dec 2
Was thrilled to present Awards to outstanding community leaders, activists & orgs providing support, services and love to those living with HIV/AIDS or at risk of infection. Their commitment is one reason NYC is on track to by the end of 2020.
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UBC Ob/Gyn Dec 6
Congratulations Dr. Deborah Money! Dr. Money was 1 of 8 recipients of the Red Ribbon Award from AIDS Vancouver this year, in recognition of her work and dedication to help support people living with HIV over the years.
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Aida Manduley, LCSW 🇵🇷🏳️‍🌈🇨🇺 Dec 2
~*~Normalize regular STI testing and discussing test results~*~ When I got tested last I sent this + the results to all my sweeties. That’s an act of care & transparency in my ‘ships. So is talking in detail about what possible exposures have happened b/w tests!
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College of Wooster Dec 5
In recognition of the recent (Dec. 1), Special Collections brought out two signature panels today that feature campus responses to viewing the “NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt.” The panels, from 1996 and 2000, were displayed for viewing and personal reflection.
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IPSF African Region Dec 4
Pre-exposure prophylaxis (or PrEP) is when people at risk for HIV take daily medicine to prevent HIV. PEP (post-exposure prophylaxis) means taking antiretroviral medicines (ART) after being potentially exposed to HIV to prevent becoming infected.
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Maudsley Charity Dec 3
Thanks to the HIV Liason Team for organising a fantastic night of comedy to raise money for Maudsley Charity & for Huge thanks to the comedians
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United Black Library Dec 4
Arthur Ashe. The 1960s Black tennis star’s life was cut short by blood transfusion that led to AIDS. Ashe was the first Black man to win the U.S. Open. On February 6, 1993, he died of AIDS-related pneumonia in New York at the age of 49.
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Sally Mansfield Dec 3
Australia 🇦🇺 is proud to partner with to ensure affected people can access the HIV prevention and treatment services they need. See their new report, launched on ⬇️
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OHIO LGBT Center Dec 5
“Don’t be afraid to love someone with HIV.” Powerful words by Jé Hooper to conclude our (standing room only) Community Roundtable in 2019 last night! Thanks to our panelists for an illuminating conversation about stigma, health, joy, and defeating the silence.
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TransgenderLawCenter Dec 2
Yesterday was , but we need to listen to the stories and leadership of trans people living with HIV every day. Lisa Camacho has been developing her skills as a community leader so no trans women will have to go through what she experienced.
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Kayode Teslim Dec 2
Ekiti State AIDS Response: The Journey Together. Thank you for supporting in the fight to end in Nigeria
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Caitlin Horrigan Dec 4
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