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Signal Boosting: The Power of Radio for Latinx HIV/AIDS Outreach

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"We know that HIV/AIDS is still in our community and some people are affected every day of their lives," said Wilfredo Seda, news analyst and commentator for Café Con Leche on WLCH in Central Pennsylvania. (In English)

A Talk With Louie Ortiz-Fonseca, Chronicler of Latino Gay and Queer Men in the HIV Era

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"I think that has definitely opened up the conversation," says Ortiz-Fonseca, about Gran Varones. "Now I get inboxes all the time about folks who were just tested but don't know where to go for treatment." (In English)

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After Decades, Sharing About My Friendship With Pedro Zamora
Moisés Agosto-Rosario remembers Pedro Zamora, who turned to Moisés as he considered joining the MTV Real World cast despite feeling burned out and sick. "I warned him about his health and told him to follow his heart," Moisés says.

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HIV & Me

This easy-to-read guide from will walk you through the basics of dealing with an HIV diagnosis.

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