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College Student Roundtable Discusses Prevalence of HIV/AIDS

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College Student Roundtable Discusses Prevalence of HIV/AIDS

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College Student Roundtable Discusses Prevalence of HIV/AIDS

College Student Roundtable Discusses Prevalence of HIV/AIDS

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An alarming report on HIV/AIDS in Washington, D.C., is sparking discussion about which groups are most affected by the disease and how to decrease infections. A roundtable of college students talk about how they are confronting the threats of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases.

Contributing to the roundtable discussion are Sable Nelson and Tony Idugboe, both students at Howard University, and Monice Purnell, who attends Kennedy King Community College in Chicago.