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Washington, DC has released more information about its HIV/AIDS epidemic – and the results are mixed.
The AIDS expert who left her prestigious government post to bring lessons from Africa to DC communities.
Two forty-somethings from the same area of Washington, DC reveal their status and make a life together.
In the beginning of the US epidemic, people of color were largely forgotten. Toni Young helped change that in Washington, DC.
After 20 years fighting HIV/AIDS in Africa, Alan Greenberg returned to Washington, DC where the situation was at least as bad.
Johns Hopkins study validates their cost-effectiveness in HIV prevention.
A renewed focus on monitoring and reporting.
Community Education Group founder focuses on HIV/AIDS education and prevention in particularly hard-hit wards of Washington, D.C.
Leaders agree that high levels of youth unemployment threaten the fledgling Egyptian democracy.