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GW Researchers Study, Spread of HIV Cases in the District
October 26, 2017
Biostatisticians can combine location data with genetic samples to determine new mutations of the virus or outbreaks, Crandall said.  ... read more »
National HIV Testing, as well as Mental Health Day: Do You Know Your Status?
June 25, 2017
Culturally specific practices, understandings, and languages useful and effective in community engagement. ... read more »
Learning Lessons from the Trump Presidency
June 1, 2017
It’s a little different when you’re in the game and not just sitting on the sideline, and sitting next to that die-hard Trump supporter, really put me in the game. ... read more »
I Choose Life Health and Wellness Center and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Tees it up Against HIV/AIDS
November 2, 2016
The event was a tremendous success and very well attended with 72 golfers and 127 supporters, all of whom received HIV/AIDS information ... read more »
The Real Test on National HIV Testing Day
June 22, 2016
Monday, June 27 is National HIV Testing Day.  Each year, HIV/AIDS organizations all over this country, take this opportunity to get people to test for HIV and to also educate people about HIV/AIDS.   ... read more »
The Best Tool in Your Tool Box
June 9, 2016
I Choose Life Health and Wellness Center has been working with the young people at John Hope Continuation High School in South Central Los Angeles promoting... ... read more »
Be Seen As We Are
April 14, 2016
Last week, I was catching up on all of my TV shows that I had DVR’d; most of the time, if the show does not look very interesting, I just fast forward and keep it pushing. Well, for some reason, as I was watching the Tavis Smiley Show, Tavis announced his guest, the winner of American Idol, Mr. Jorden Smith. Having not watched American Idol in years, I just wanted to see who this guy was. When I saw this young man, with this very high-pitched voice; I knew I had to see what was up with this and how in the hell did he win! ... read more »
Let’s Do Something Different This World AIDS Day
December 10, 2015
It’s been 35 years since the reporting of the first case of HIV in America and it saddens me to say it, but this nation was late at best, in answering the call to address the HIV/AIDS pandemic. What is even more egregious is the deafening silence when it came to supporting HIV education, prevention and care in all communities but even more so in the Black community. ... read more »

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