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• Ending the Epidemic Webinar Series
July 29, 2015

• From Blueprint to Action: Ending the Epidemic - New York State Regional Discussions
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• AIDSVu Annual Launch
June 29, 2015

• U.S. Supreme Court declared Freedom to Marry
June 26, 2015

• Latino Commission on AIDS Launches HIV Prevention Campaign on PrEP…en Español<br>On the eve of June 27, National HIV Testing Day
June 25, 2015

• Latino Commission on AIDS Celebrates the U.S. Supreme Court for protecting those in need under the Affordable Care Act
June 25, 2015

• End Aids NY 2020 Coalition Demands $10 Million For Ending The Epidemic
June 18, 2015

• Latino Commission on AIDS’ 25th Anniversary Gala Brings New Generation of Latinos to Commit to the Cause to End AIDS
May 22, 2015

• May 15th: Fourth Annual National Hispanic Hepatitis Awareness Day
May 14, 2015

• Hepatitis Free NYC Awareness Event
May 11, 2015

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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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Important HIV Resources
ABC of HIV/AIDS
What you need to know about HIV/AIDS.
CUIDATE
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.
HIV/AIDS education & prevention
Research articles about education and prevention of HIV/AIDS in the
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