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August 31, 2012

Catholic Archbishop Seeks HIV/AIDS Awareness in Philippines

Roman Catholic Archbishop Luis Antonio Tagle of Manila has urged increased HIV/AIDS awareness in the Philippines, the Union of Catholic Asian News reports. To that end, the Archdiocese of Manila has scheduled two workshops on the virus. One workshop will be for priests, and another will be for seminarians and laypeople. Nine new HIV cases are reported daily in the country, and more than half are in the Manila area.

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Brad Fowler, Canton, 2012-09-01 01:41:57
Yjr continued spread of HIV is not alarming. What is alarming is the lack of interest and/or support given to this epidemic, by countless people around the world. This epidemic isn't new; HIV remains a priority, but it seems many believe it is a waste of time, effort, and money trying to fight a losing battle. Yet, if we remain ignorant to the facts, this epidemic will continue claiming a million more lives, much faster than it has before. Learn how to disclosure www.hivdisclosuremission.org

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