California HIV/AIDS Group Launches Internet-Based Program Aimed at MSM
April 6, 2009
The Palm Springs, Calif.-based Desert AIDS Project has launched an Internet-based education and prevention program aimed at men who have sex with men, the Desert Sun reports. The program was launched ahead of the area's White Party Easter weekend, according to the Sun. "With the White Party literally in our backyard, we feel a responsibility each year to get out the message about safer sex while not throwing the proverbial wet blanket on the fun people are here for," David Brinkman, AIDS Project executive director, said.
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