We can stop HIV one conversation at a time : encouraging Latinos to speak up to raise HIV awareness and decrease stigma
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We can stop HIV one conversation at a time : encouraging Latinos to speak up to raise HIV awareness and decrease stigma

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      CDC’s We Can Stop HIV One Conversation at a Time is a new national, bilingual campaign that encourages Latinos to talk openly with family, friends and partners about a range of HIV-related topics, including prevention, testing, and treatment. Research suggests that communication about HIV increases knowledge about HIV risk, prevention, and testing. However, many Latinos are not having these important conversations even though they are among the hardest-hit by HIV in the United States. Campaign concepts, messages and images reflect input from Latinos across the country, as well as key Latino community organizations. We Can Stop HIV One Conversation at a Time features a diverse group of Latino men and women and highlights important facts and messages to prompt open conversations about HIV. The We Can Stop HIV One Conversation at a Time campaign website (www.cdc.gov/OneConversation) features up-to-date information on HIV transmission, testing and prevention, as well as practical tips for starting conversations about HIV.
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