As HIV Infection Rises, AIDS Group May Be Shuttered The nation's first AIDS service organization for the African-American community could shut down soon. That news comes as new studies show the rate of HIV infection is rising among blacks.
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As HIV Infection Rises, AIDS Group May Be Shuttered

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As HIV Infection Rises, AIDS Group May Be Shuttered

As HIV Infection Rises, AIDS Group May Be Shuttered

As HIV Infection Rises, AIDS Group May Be Shuttered

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The nation's first AIDS service organization for the African-American community could shut down soon. That news comes as new studies show the rate of HIV infection is rising among blacks.