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Upcoming Events

October 1, 2001


October 4, 2001Idaho HIV Conference, Lewiston, Idaho
Contact: Idaho District Health Department 208-799-3100
October 16, 2001AIDS Clinical Conference, Harborview Medical Center
Contact: Kate Willner, kwillner@u.washington.ed
October 18, 2001Tacoma Pierce County Wellness Series
This is an update for HIV-positive individuals and affected community members to learn more about HIV medications and treatment. This forum will take place at the Willard Resource Center, 3201 South D Street, Tacoma, WA (corner of 32nd and D Street). Call 1-877-597-7837 for more information.
October 20, 2001Youth and AIDS Summit: "Same Name, Different Faces"
Contact: Pierce County AIDS Foundation at 253-383-2565.
November 4-7, 2001Care/Prevention Event
The Fourth Annual HIV/AIDS Care and Prevention Event will be held November 4-7, 2001 at the Doubletree Hotel on Pacific Highway near SeaTac Airport. For more information call 360-236-3452.
November 6, 2001African American Community Summit on HIV/AIDS
This is a community-wide event that will address the impact of HIV/AIDS in the African American community. Featured speakers include Dr. Helene Gayle, Dr. Wilbert Jordan, Dr. Maxine Hayes and others. This very important forum will take place at the Miller Community Center, 330 19th Avenue East, Seattle, WA, 98102. Parking, dinner and childcare will be provided. Call 1-877-597-7837 for more information.
December 2-5, 2001North American Treatment Action Forum
This NMAC-sponsored forum will be held in Vancouver, BC at the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre Hotel. To register online go to http://www.nmac.org/nataf/2001/welcome.htm.





  
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This article was provided by Seattle Treatment Education Project. It is a part of the publication STEP Ezine.
 

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