HIV/AIDS Is Washington's 'Modern Epidemic'

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HIV/AIDS is spreading at an epidemic rate in Washington, D.C., according to a recent report. Dr. Shannon Hader is the director of the D.C. HIV/AIDS administration, which issued the report. Hader is joined by Rae Lewis Thornton who is an HIV/AIDS advocate and 21-year-survivor of the disease to discuss the details of the new report.

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