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HIV/AIDS Numbers Rise In Washington, D.C.

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HIV/AIDS Numbers Rise In Washington, D.C.

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HIV/AIDS Numbers Rise In Washington, D.C.

HIV/AIDS Numbers Rise In Washington, D.C.

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A new report finds that 3 percent of D.C. residents have HIV or AIDS — a 22-percent increase since 2006. Shannon Hader, the HIV-AIDS administration director for the District of Columbia, offers her insights in a conversation with Michele Norris.

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