Posted Tuesday, December 1, 2009
The fight against HIV/AIDS has long since fallen out of the headlines, so it is surprising to learn that almost 30 years since the first AIDS diagnosis, the U.S. still doesn't have a nationwide AIDS strategy. As part of a move to rectify that, the Obama administration is holding a series of town hall meetings across the country, including one in Cleveland this week. Tuesday morning at 9, join host Dan Moulthrop and representatives from the local HIV/AIDS community to talk about what a national plan to fight HIV would actually include and how it would change the fight here in Northeast Ohio.
Ohio AIDS Hotline
In Ohio : (800) 332-2437
In Ohio TTY/TDD: (800) 332-3889
National: (614) 466-6374
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