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  • REUNION LATINA 2014: Members of the Planning Committe at the training institute held on March 13-14 in Albany, NY.
  • Reunion Latina gathered around 200 participants from all the state of New York.
  • Keynote speaker, Maria Alvarez, MPA, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • Keynote speaker, Dan O'Connell, New York State AIDS Insititute.
  • Keynote speaker, Blayne Cutler, New York City Department of Health and Mental Higiene
  • A community concern by an attendee of the open forum.
  • Guillermo Chacon, President of the Latino Commission on AIDS, at the registration of the event.
  • Members of Latinos D assisted witht the logistics of the training.
  • Wilfredo Morel, Hudson River Healthcare Center, presents HIV and the law
  • Group dynamic to understand the impact of obesity in the community
  • Presentation of HIV among Latinos.
  • Attendees twitting about the conference.
Guillermo Chacon in attendance at the 56th PhRMA Annual Meeting
New York, NY April 10th, 2014 - Guillermo Chacon, President of the Latino Commission on AIDS/Hispanic Health Network, was invited to attend the 56th PhRMA An... 
Release of the Latinos in the Deep South Program Report for 2011-2013
Dear Friends, Partners, and Colleagues!
Latino Commission on AIDS proudly presents the Latinos in the Deep South Program Report for years 2011- 2... 
Latino Commission on AIDS Encouraged by Appointment of Douglas Brooks to lead Office of National AIDS Policy
New York, March 25, 2014 – Yesterday, President Obama selected Douglas Brooks, a black, gay man living with HIV to lead the White House Office of National ... 
HIV Service Providers in St. Louis, Missouri Join to “Keep our Clients Covered”
St. Louis, MO, March 4, 2014 – In light of the looming deadline (March 31) to enroll in the new Health Exchanges, the Latino Commission on AIDS wor... 
Community Leaders Rally to Impact HIV Incidence in Central Florida
Orlando, FL, February 28, 2014 – The Latino Commission on AIDS participated with community leaders this week at a town hall event in Orlando, FL to address HIV incidence rates ... 
What’s up with Clinical Trials and Latinos?
By Miriam Vega, PhD
There are around 53 million Hispanics living in the United States today (US Census). The number is rapidly changing with the number of US Hispanics expected to reach more than 128 million by 2060. Des... 
Peace of Mind
By Rick Loftus, MD, AAHIVS
Q: I’ve been HIV-positive for 12 years. My viral load is undetectable and I have a good T-cell count. Ever since I was diagnosed, however, I have experienced deep depression. My lif... 

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