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HIV testing and treatment options have come a long way, yet challenges remain

More than 3,000 panels of the National AIDS Quilt were on display recently in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. (Vic Vela/CPR)
More than 3,000 panels of the National AIDS Quilt were on display recently in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. (Vic Vela/CPR)

More than 700,000 Americans have died from HIV. There have been many advances in treatment and prevention since then, but advocates say there are still barriers to treatment, particularly in Black and Latino communities.

Colorado Public Radio’s Vic Velareports.

 

 

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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