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Illinois: Chicago Marks Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

February 6, 2012

The Chicago Department of Public Health is using Tuesday's designation as National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day to remind residents of the importance of HIV testing. The department is running public service announcements, and resource fairs and free testing events are planned across the city. For more on the national outreach, visit www.blackaidsday.org.

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02.05.2012




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