December #140 : Hot Dates-December 2007

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Precious Stone

More Than Just a Number

Dodging Danger

Northern Disclosure

Ask For It By Name

Learning Latex

Yule Love ’Em

Catch of the Month

Cash Therapy

A Wealth of Trouble

Think Inside the Box

Baby Bonus

New Resistance Fighters

African in America

Windy City Blues

Unfine China

It’s a Wrap

Hot Dates-December 2007

Wake Up, India

Survey Says...

Clean Sweep

Look Elsewhere

Yesterday Once More

A Day Without “Day Without Art”

Medicine Man

Suspicious Minds

Editor's Letter-December 2007

Mailbox-December 2007

Most Popular Lessons

The HIV Life Cycle


Herpes Simplex Virus

Syphilis & Neurosyphilis

Treatments for Opportunistic Infections (OIs)

What is AIDS & HIV?

Hepatitis & HIV

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December 2007

Hot Dates-December 2007

WORLD AIDS DAY (all listings)

AIDS Awareness Concert
Johannesburg, South Africa
Nelson Mandela will host foundation’s annual 46664 World AIDS Day Concert, including Peter Gabriel, Annie Lennox and Ludacris.

Screaming Queens Ghost Hunt
Fort Nelson
Southeast Portmouth, United Kingdom
Join David Wells from Living TV’s Most Haunted and Screaming Queen Pat Cruise for a charity ghost hunt.

Kiehl’s Shopping Event
United States, nationwide
Skin-care giant Kiehl’s will donate 20 percent of proceeds on World AIDS Day to YouthAIDS—a global program. Spend $100 at any store and get a limited edition Kiehl’s for YouthAIDS T-shirt.

Positive Prevention Meeting
Mashhad Positive Club
Mashhad, Iran
Medical experts and people living with HIV will converge to discuss prevention strategies in Iran, where 66,000 people live with HIV.

Global Peace Tiles Project International
Global children affected by HIV/AIDS are invited to create collages telling their stories, which will form murals displayed at World AIDS Day exhibitions in at least five countries.

Melbourne World AIDS Day Concert
Federation Square, Australia
Presented by the Burnet Institute—Australia’s largest communicable disease initiative—on November 27, this youth-oriented concert will aim to empower Australian youth.

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