Citing recent evidence that HIV infections are best managed when treated early, an influential panel of medical experts has finalized its recommendation that all people ages 15 to 65 be screened for…
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The grant will be offered through the Grand Challenges in Global Health Program and seeks an inventor of the “Next Generation Condom that significantly preserves or enhances pleasure, in order to improve uptake and regular use.” (Click the above link to continue reading)
To commemorate National Women & Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, we’re having Cupcakes & Condoms events around the country on March 9 and 10.
Cupcakes and Condoms puts a sweet spin on an educational townhall. Attendees will be treated to complimentary desserts while engaging in much-needed conversations around advocating for their bodies and taking the right steps to preventing the transmission of HIV and other STIs.
Bring your sweet tooth and an open mind!
Get more info and register for the one in your city at:
* Atlanta - http://cupcakescondomsatlanta.eventbrite.com
* Charlotte - http://cupcakescondomscharlotte.eventbrite.com
* Dallas - http://cupcakescondomsdallas.eventbrite.com
* Washington DC - http://cupcakescondomsdc.eventbrite.com