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Georgia Officials to Launch HIV Awareness Campaign

March 10, 2011

In a move timed to coincide with today's designation as National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, Georgia officials plan to announce the creation of a statewide awareness and prevention effort aimed at reducing the rate of HIV infection among black women. The new initiative, Sistas Organizing to Survive, is a project of the Georgia Department of Community Health. For more information on the national commemoration, visit

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