World AIDS Day: Getting to Zero
December 03, 2013
New York, NY, December 3rd, 2013 - The past Sunday 1st of December was World Aids Day. Every 20 seconds a person in the world contracts HIV. With such alarming statistics, the campaign "Getting to ZERO" (Zero new infections, Zero discrimination, Zero AIDS related deaths) aims to achieve this "Zero" goal. Attached is an educational infographic. The interactive page can be seen by clicking in the graphic.
Click image to open interactive version (via Ammo).
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