Gay and bisexual black men of all ages are disproportionately affected. A 2005 study in 5 major cities found as many as 46% of African American men who have sex with men were HIV positive. Despite advances in HIV testing and treatment, HIV and AIDS still pose a major threat to African American men who have sex with other men, inject drugs with dirty needles, or neglect to get tested. In the US, African Americans at risk NEED TO KNOW if they are HIV-positive to benefit from life-saving therapies and avoid infecting others.
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Educational Awareness Project about the prevention and risk reduction of Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs).