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Why The HIV Battle Continues For Gay Men

Why the HIV Battle Continues for Gay Men September 27th was National Gay Men's HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. It's the day that approximately 80 gay and bisexual men will become infected with HIV. Thirty (30) of those men will be Black. Twenty-five (25) will be White and twenty-one (21) will be Latino. Some of those men will find out about their status very early, will be engaged in competent healthcare, and will live a full productive life while managing this chronic illness.
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