October 25, 2012
DC Increases HIV Prevention Programs for Senior Citizens
The District of Columbia plans to spend $150,000 a year for at least the next two years to increase HIV/AIDS awareness among senior citizens, The Associated Press reports. The city took two years to develop an hour-long sexual health talk for seniors, which also provides free condoms. The nation’s capital has one of the highest HIV rates in the country. About 40 percent of people in DC living with the virus are older than 50.
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