Join Harris County Public Health Department and Texas Southern University and the College of Science, Engineering and Technology as they celebrate the 18th year of National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day; a national HIV testing and treatment community mobilization initiative. This event will highlight the Positive Exchange Project, an art installation that displays unique and real […]
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The 30-year battle against AIDS is an unbelievable chapter in the history of medicine and 30 years later more than 60-million people around the world have been diagnosed with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. And of those, 25-million people have died as there is no cure. One way to take control of your life […]