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Tag Archives: HIV
June 27th is HIV Testing Day!
June 27th is National HIV Testing Day. Treatment has come a long way for people living with HIV, but the first step is getting tested and knowing your status. Testing is relatively easy. Use the locator below to find a … Continue reading
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Aging with HIV/AIDS
It has been approximately 30 years since the discovery of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) that is the cause for acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). Initially individuals being diagnosed as being HIV positive or having AIDS had little options available to … Continue reading
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World AIDS Day 2011
Today is World AIDS Day, a day set aside to recognize the devastating effects of this disease and the amazing breakthroughs we’ve accomplished since the virus was first identified. Here are some important facts about HIV: More than 33 million … Continue reading
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From the Collection: In Recognition of World AIDS Day.
In recognition of World AIDS Day, here are some resources available from NARIC’s databases, publications, and collection: NARIC Publications November 2000 RehabWire featured projects and reports focusing on HIV/AIDS. December 2006 RehabWire recognized the 15th “anniversary” of the discovery of … Continue reading
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NARIC’s Digital Archive Project: Newest Additions
Our digital archive is growing bigger every day! Continue reading
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