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Spreading the Message One Test at a Time

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Spreading the Message One Test at a Time

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Spreading the Message One Test at a Time

Spreading the Message One Test at a Time

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Recently, top black actors took public HIV tests to encourage one million African Americans to get screened. The event was held to recognize June 27th, National HIV Testing Day.

Actress Indigo from the Showtime series Weeds and Dr. Alain Damiba, Vice President of Global Program Operations for the world health organization JHPIEGO, talk about the day's significance.

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