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We're Talking HIV

Advances in science have given us powerful tools to help end the epidemic: HIV treatment, PrEP, U=U, etc. But we will never end this epidemic if anyone is left out of the conversation.

Some of the most important conversations can also be the most difficult. But we can't afford to not talk about HIV.

National Gay Men's HIV/AIDS Awareness Day is a reminder that gay and bisexual men continue to be heavily affected by HIV in the US, representing 67% of new diagnoses in 2016, according to the CDC. And we see even greater disparities among communities of color and communities in the South.

Today, we're sharing why we talk about HIV. Raising awareness and ending stigma are just a couple of reasons. What are some of yours?

Join the conversation! Share a picture on social media and tell us why you talk about HIV using #StartTalkingHIV!

Tag us on Twitter (@AIDS_United), Instagram (@AIDSUnited), and Facebook (@AIDSUnited)!

Posted By: AIDS United - Thursday, September 27, 2018

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