Action Across the Sectors: Highlights from National HIV Testing Day 2010
By Deb LeBel
July 6, 2010
Each year I am honored to see all the ways individuals and groups take action for National HIV Testing Day (June 27) -- from conversations with loved ones, to getting tested, to attending or organizing local HIV testing events, to hosting press conferences, to convening online events. This year, I was particularly excited to see so much involvement from so many diverse stakeholders -- government (Federal, state, and local), community, private sector, and individuals. We were inspired by CDC's Dr. Kevin Fenton's remarks during our National HIV Testing Day webinar for Federal employees and grantees on the current and future state of HIV testing.
At AIDS.gov, we had the honor of participating in a number of different activities for testing day. Here's a few things we took part in:
Did you take action for National HIV Testing Day? If so, we would love to know what you did. And we'd love to know the tools and methods you use to promote HIV testing year round!
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