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Houston and Philadelphia Host Post-Vienna/National AIDS Strategy Updates

August 16, 2010

AIDS 2010

The Black AIDS Institute presents AIDS IN BLACK AMERICA: At The Crossroads-Successes, Challenges and Opportunities. The Institute will update residents of Houston and Philadelphia on major findings relevant to Black people from the International AIDS Conference held in Vienna, Austria last month.

Get an Update From the International AIDS Conference in Vienna

Find out the latest information from the world's largest gathering of HIV/AIDS researchers and treatment professionals

Details on the Administration's National HIV/AIDS Strategy

Understand the implication of the and the directives for the agencies responsible for implementing the plan

Information on the Critical Importance of HIV Testing

Hear why it is important for people who are HIV-positive to find out their status sooner rather than later

Houston Update

Wednesday, August 18th, 2010

11:45 am until 1:30 pm

St. Hope Foundation Bellaire Clinic

6800 West Loop South Freeway

Bellaire, TX 77401

RSVP to Jeffrey Campbell, Jeffrey@offeringhope.org

Philadelphia Update

Parkway Central Library

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

3:30-5:30 pm

1901 Vine St.

Skyline Room

4th Floor

Philadelphia, PA 19103

Free admission, RVSP required

RSVP to Deena Weems Thornton deenaw@bebashi.org or 215.769.3561




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