Five Ways You Can Make A Difference in the Youth HIV & AIDS Pandemic

Five Ways You Can Make A Difference in the Youth HIV & AIDS Pandemic

Over the last four decades, HIV and AIDS have been at the forefront of advocacy and research. But despite medical advances, AIDS remains one of the most destructive pandemics in history, particularly of youth.
According to World Health Organization estimates, more than 30% of new HIV infections occur in people between 15 and 25 years old. Combined with the increasing number of babies infected at birth, some 5 million young people now live with HIV.

AIDS Watch brings 500 activists to halls of Congress

AIDS Watch brings 500 activists to halls of Congress

Nearly 550 people living with HIV and their allies visited the offices of more than 200 members of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives on Tuesday as part of the 25th anniversary gathering of AIDS Watch, the largest constituent-based annual HIV advocacy event in the nation.