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World AIDS Day 2021: Where Are We Now?

December 1 is the annual remembrance of those we've lost to the AIDS epidemic since it began 40 years ago. The virus has claimed the lives of more than 32 million people worldwide, and the COVID-19 pandemic complicates progress being made to treat it. However, there are lessons we can take from the fight against AIDS to combat the coronavirus. And President Biden plans to unveil a new strategy to tackle the HIV/AIDS crisis which includes an emphasis on helping older Americans.

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

    More than 32 million people have died due to the virus. World AIDS Day, celebrated every Dec. 1, is a day to raise awareness of and mourn the more …

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