Campus activism encourages HIV/AIDS testing
University of Florida student activists are commemorating World AIDS day by handing out information today on campus. Humanitarian Interactions on Campus President Laura Morris says there has been significant progress made in spreading knowledge about HIV/ AIDS, but there is still a long way to go.
She says supporting organizations fighting to cure the virus is important, and everyone should get tested.
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