June 23, 2010
Tattoos Promote HIV Testing in Hawaii
A new HIV prevention campaign in Hawaii inks people with spray-on tattoos that say “Get Real, Get Tested” to encourage HIV testing among Hawaiians ages 25 and younger, hawaiinewsnow.com reports. The Life Foundation, the state’s first HIV/AIDS organization, spearheaded the project in honor of National HIV Testing Day, which is Sunday, June 27. More than 3,000 people are currently estimated to be living with HIV/AIDS in Hawaii.
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