The Beginning of the End of AIDS
World AIDS Day has already passed, but make sure to watch (RED) & ONE's World AIDS Day live broadcast -- powered by YouTube -- featuring President Barack Obama, President George W. Bush, President Bill Clinton, Bono, Alicia Keys, Elton John, and others. Event starts at 18:40 in the timer.
Living with HIV
__Check out this CBS interview with CDC’s Dr. Kevin Fenton, which focuses on the importance of HIV testing and highlights Testing Makes Us Stronger. Not long ago, a diagnosis of HIV could mean a death sentence, but now, a growing number of people are living longer and healthier lives with the virus. Erica Hill talks to Dr. Kevin Fenton, director of the National Center for HIV/AIDS, in Atlanta, about where we stand in combating the disease. Watch the video below.
Check out the newest video from Greater Than AIDS about World AIDS Day! Share it with your friends!
World AIDS Day just passed this December 1st and it is a time to remember those who have died from HIV and those that are living with it and to raise awareness in our own communities about HIV and getting tested! Make sure to Know Your Status by getting tested at least once a year. To find out information about getting a test for HIV, check out our, Know Your Status webpage! Also check out the CDC's World AIDS Day webpage!
We Are Members of This Community
Educational Awareness Project about the prevention and risk reduction of Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs).