I want to introduce you to The Center’s #BeTheGeneration campaign, which launched late last year. Through this campaign and the strategies associated with it, we have a goal of ending new HIV cases in San Diego by 2024. It’s bold and ambitious, but it’s completely doable.
The information on the AIDSinfo Drug App, offered in English and Spanish, is tailored to meet the needs of both healthcare providers and consumers. The app works offline, ensuring that healthcare providers and consumers can access vital drug information anywhere—even in healthcare facilities that may not have an Internet connection.
More than 700,000 of the 1.1 million people living with HIV in the United States are undiagnosed or not receiving care, a population responsible for 91.5 percent of the transmissions of the infection in 2009, researchers reported Monday.
Ribbons may be purchased for $1, $5, or $25. The “Ribbons of Hope” are available throughout San Diego, at various sponsors such as Revivals, AHF Pharmacy, Baja Betty’s, Mankind, The Loft, Pecs, Redwing and many more.
In recognition of World AIDS Day, community organizations, schools, churches, companies, President Obama and even Prince Harry are honoring World AIDS Day by changing their Social Media profile images to red, to hosting events, rallies and remembrances.