December 1st marks the 24th World AIDS Day, a day for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, show their support for people living with HIV and to commemorate people who have died.In honor of World AIDS Day, OraSure Technologies, makers of the OraQuick® In-Home HIV Test, and the Reed for Hope Foundation will be hosting a panel discussion to talk about healthy relationships and promote responsibility as it relates to sexual health and HIV testing in the African American community.
Panelists include Earvin “Magic” Johnson and special guests including Dr. Rachael Ross, Lala Vasquez and Demetria L. Lucas.
The event will be held on 125th Street at the Apollo Theatre in Harlem on Tuesday, November 19, with a press conference open to select members of the media.
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- Targeting AIDS on the Front Lines: The Rapid HIV Test (aids.answers.com)
- How Did Magic Johnson Impact the History Of the HIV Epidemic? (aids.answers.com)
- What is World AIDS Day? (aids.answers.com)