What Black Women Need To Know About HIV Now


Since the HIV/AIDS epidemic first hit more than 35 years ago, we have seen some serious progress. Thanks to the advancement of antiretrovirals, the disease is no longer the inevitable death sentence it once was and because of increased awareness and HIV preventions programs, new infections among Black women have declined by 20 percent.

But even with that optimism, we can never lose sight that we are still the face of this disease.


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