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Increasing Rates of HIV among LGBT Latinos are Wake-Up Call to Health Advocates

Over the past few years, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC), healthcare providers, and community advocates like LULAC have been working to decrease HIV infection rates. While a report released by the CDC shows that HIV infection rates are on a steady decline; among gay black and Latino men, HIV infection rates have risen by a startling 87 percent since 2005.
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