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World AIDS Day: A time for remembrance, a time for hope

Summary by Ground News
World AIDS Day, celebrated every Dec. 1, is a day to raise awareness of and mourn the approximately 40 million people who've lost their lives to HIV. Since the discovery of the virus in 1983, significant scientific headway has been made in diagnosis and treatments. Even with such progress, HIV has lingered in the U.S., with more than 1 million people living with the virus at the end of 2019.
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World AIDS Day: A time for remembrance, a time for hope

World AIDS Day, celebrated every Dec. 1, is a day to raise awareness of and mourn the approximately 40 million people who've lost their lives to HIV.

4 months ago·Philadelphia, United States
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World AIDS Day: A time for remembrance, a time for hope

World AIDS Day, celebrated every Dec. 1, is a day to raise awareness of and mourn the approximately 40 million people who've lost their lives to HIV.

4 months ago·Houston, United States
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World AIDS Day: A time for remembrance, a time for hope

World AIDS Day, celebrated every Dec. 1, is a day to raise awareness of and mourn the approximately 40 million people who've lost their lives to HIV.

4 months ago·Chicago, United States
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World AIDS Day: A time for remembrance, a time for hope

World AIDS Day, celebrated every Dec. 1, is a day to raise awareness of and mourn the approximately 40 million people who've lost their lives to HIV.

4 months ago·Los Angeles, United States
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World AIDS Day: A time for remembrance, a time for hope

World AIDS Day, celebrated every Dec. 1, is a day to raise awareness of and mourn the approximately 40 million people who've lost their lives to HIV.

4 months ago·New York, United States
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World AIDS Day: A time for remembrance, a time for hope

World AIDS Day, celebrated every Dec. 1, is a day to raise awareness of and mourn the approximately 40 million people who've lost their lives to HIV.

4 months ago·S F, United States
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