Can We Eradicate the Spread of HIV in NEO?

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This year marks the 35th Anniversary of the AIDS epidemic in the United States. Treatment has come a long way since those scary days, but the disease isn't gone. In Ohio, a thousand people are likely to be infected with HIV this year, almost a third under the age of 24, many in their teens. Advocates are calling for a renewed push to eradicate the disease in Ohio. They say it CAN be done and we'll hear how, on the Sound of Ideas.

 

RESOURCES:

Ohio AIDS/STD Hotline
In Ohio : (800) 332-2437

AIDS Taskforce of Greater Cleveland

Guests: 

-LaRaun Clayton, Interim Executive Director, AIDS Taskforce of Greater Cleveland

-Tony Simmons, Volunteer, AIDS Taskforce of Greater Cleveland, living with HIV

-John Corlett, President and Executive Director, The Center for Community Solutions

-Dr. Ann Avery, Infectious Disease Specialist, Metrohealth

-Nick Castele, Reporter, ideastream

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