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National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

For the 10th anniversary of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NWGHAAD), women with HIV spoke forcefully about their lives, needs and priorities. We bring you their voices, plus other important news, stories and resources by, for and about women affected by HIV/AIDS.

For more, check out TheBody.com's HIV/AIDS Resource Center for Women.

 
HIV, the Gut and Digestive Issues
HIV, the Gut and Digestive Issues

People with HIV are living and thriving, with a range of treatment options available to help them to stay healthy. But gut troubles persist. From expert advice to real-life coping stories, this series provides ideas and information for dealing with digestive woes.

Stay tuned to TheBody.com's Spotlight on HIV, the Gut and Digestive Issues for more information and stories.

 
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