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5 Ways You Can Be Greater Than AIDS

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This poster states five ways people can advocate and prevent HIV: Know, Talk, Protect, Test & Treat, and Take Action. Each section of the poster gives specific examples for each topic.

PrEPare for Life

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This guide is to train AIDS service providers, case managers, and peer educators on evidence-based information about Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) as part of comprehensive HIV prevention in order to support their efforts to educate young men that have sex with men (MSM), in particular, young Black and Latino MSM on the new prevention strategy.

National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day: HIV/AIDS Fact Sheet

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This fact sheet gives statistics on HIV/AIDS in the American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian populations. It also compares HIV rates to other ethnic groups, as well as talks about HIV in Native children and HIV testing efforts.

HIV/AIDS Awareness Days: Pocket Card

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This pocket card charts the 11 HIV/AIDS Awareness Days that occur throughout the year. It also encourages people to visit www.aids.gov to view webinars, which include a weekly virtual training on new media tools and tips.

HCSP Fact Sheet: Hepatitis A (HAV): What You Need to Know

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This information sheet describes hepatitis A, a disease of the liver caused by the hepatitis A virus (HAV), which is a picornavirus that enters the blood stream via the intestines. It explains that HAV is the most common type of viral hepatitis in the United States with an estimated 3,000 new infections annually. It discusses prevention, transmission, symptoms, treatment and the HAV vaccine.

HIV Surveillance - Adolescents and Young Adults (through 2013)

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This slide set provides information on the epidemiology of HIV infection in adolescents and young adults in the United States and 6 dependent areas through 2013. Different surveillance breakdowns include: by race/ethnicity; by transmission category; by age groups; by gender; by sex and race/ethnicity; by sex and transmission category; and by Stage 3 AIDS. This slide set is also available in PowerPoint at: http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/ppt/statistics_surveillance_Adolescents.pptx.

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