High-Level Panel Examines Role of Social Media, Mobile Tech in Preventing HIV Infections
May 4, 2011
UNAIDS reports on the recent panel. "The internet and social media are widely used by young people everywhere -- including low-income countries. These tools have the potential to deliver HIV prevention programmes in a cost-effective way to young people through a media that they are already using," according to the piece (5/2).
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