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  • CONGRESSIONAL BRIEFING: The Impact of HIV/AIDS and Viral Hepatitis Among Hispanics in the U.S. South and Puerto Rico
  • Natasha Quirch, Latino Commission on AIDS, welcomes the audience at the briefing held in Washington, D.C. on Sept. 9, 2014
  • Roxana Olivas, Executive Office of Latino Affairs of the Mayor of Washington, D.C.
  • Ronald Valdiserri, MD, MPH, Deputy Assistant, Office of HIV/AIDS and Infectious Disease Policy
  • Guillermo Chacon, President of the Latino Commission on AIDS
  • Guillermo Chacon, Roxana Olivas and Tony Ochoa, Program Director of the National Latino AIDS Awareness Day
  • Briefing was broadcasted live through www.nlaad.org/live
  • Briefing had the support of seven (7) bipartisan co-chairs
Doctor Richard Torres Receives Award and Donates Prize to the Commission
September 24, 2014, New York, NY Doctor Richard Torres, a supporter of the Latino Commission on AIDS received  the Pau... 
Vincent Guilamo-Ramos Named to the Latino Commission on AIDS’ Board of Directors
New York, New York, September 19, 2014. The Board of Directors of the Latino Commission on AIDS has elected Professor Vincent Guilamo-Ramos to be part of its... 
2014 Congressional Briefing Highlights Impact of HIV & AIDS and viral Hepatitis on Hispanics in the Southern Region of the United States and Puerto Rico
Washington, DC, Tuesday, September 9, 2014 – With the support of several Congressional members and community partners, the Latino Commission on AIDS convened... 
Using Community Readiness Assessments to Step up the Pace: Latino Commission on AIDS Releases Home HIV Test White Paper

AIDSVu Releases New Data for 33 U.S. Cities
June 27, 2014 - AIDSVu is excited to release its June launch of 
The Global Health Wanderer
By Emily Klukas, MPH
While in-flight magazines are not always thought of as the highlight of the journey, I have grown to slightly look forward to the 15 minutes post take off where I am not yet allowed to turn on my ... 
HIV-Positive and in Denial
By David Fawcett, PhD, LCSW
Q: My husband is HIV-positive. I found out about it five years ago, but he refuses to see a doctor to maintain his health. Recently he broke out with a bad case of shingles. He’s co... 


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HIV Testing (EIS)
Free, Confidential HIV Rapid Testing. Results obtained in minutes. Pre and post test counseling session.
Instituto de Salud y Educación sobre Tratamientos
A four days training in Spanish about HIV/AIDS prevention, transmission, treatment, and related health topics.
Hands United
Assisting community-based organizations in targeting, developing and sustaining HIV prevention programs for vulnerable populations.
Mpowerment
A peer and network based intervention targeting gay and bisexual men in the New York metro area.
NLAAD
National Latino AIDS Awareness Day promotes HIV testing and prevention education nationwide.
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Tips to manage HIV/AIDS so people can lead a normal life.
HIV/AIDS among Latinos
Recent data about rates of infection in the Latino community in the U.S.
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