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With the push for the immediate, universal treatment of all people with HIV, there has arguably been no better time to mark World AIDS Day than now.

Friday, June 8, is National Caribbean-American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, the seventh annual observance to promote HIV awareness, education and testing throughout these communities.

Friday, June is National Caribbean-American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, the seventh annual observance to promote HIV awareness, education and testing throughout these communities.

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Liverpool FC players form a red ribbon in support of World Aids Day

Pictures of the day: 29 November 2012

The Liverpool first team pose in the shape of the 'aids ribbon' as part of Standard Chartered's activity in support of World Aids Day on December at Melwood training camp before training on November 6 2012 in Liverpool England.

World AIDS Day 2010 - Universal Access    Millions of people across the world are vulnerable to HIV infection through lack of effective prevention and millions of people living with HIV do not have access to treatment and care. Watch our video explaining why universal access to HIV prevention, treatment and care is the key to ending the global AIDS epidemic.

Millions of people across the world are vulnerable to HIV infection through lack of effective prevention and millions of people living with HIV do not have a.

The Body Shop has used World AIDS Day to refresh the international “Be An Activist” HIV campaign designed by photographer Rankin invite members of the public to become activists in the fight against HIV.

Be An Activist

Very pleased to spot Milan from fair trade organisation Get Paper Industries in Nepal alongside Annie Lennox in UNAIDS and Body Shop campaign: Be An Activist

Book Reader's Heaven: Silent Echo--A Mystery Surrounded by Main Character Living With AIDS Amazingly Revelatory!

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Heads up, HIV is still being transmitted at an alarming rate. So, the need for HIV prevention education and AIDS awareness continues.

This is a picture of many children in Africa wearing these white masks to stand up for HIV/AIDS and for hope of finding a cure. I think this picture is very powerful because so many people have HIV/AIDS and all the masks with the red ribbon for AIDS awareness really opens my eyes to how serious this disease is.

Awareness on HIV/AIDS among teachers would help take the message across to students, experts note. Participants of an awareness programme in Chennai, India.

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