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Did you know that one out of every four HIV positive Americans doesn’t know he or she has the virus?

Wednesday, June 27 is National HIV Testing Day, hosted by the National Association of People with AIDS (NAPWA) to encourage early HIV diagnosis and routine testing.

Getting an oral test for HIV, which involves a simple swab of your cheek, is quick (20 minutes) and painless. It could save your life to get tested, because HIV treatment can work better when you’re diagnosed early.

So, take an HIV test—and take control of your health!

* Click here to find an HIV testing site near you.

* Click here for information about HIV tests.

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U.S. mayors participating in National HIV Testing Day 2007

Mark Begich, Anchorage, Alaska
Terry Bellamy, Asheville North Carolina
Sheila Dixon, Baltimore, Maryland
Richard Daley, Chicago, Illinois
Frank Jackson, Cleveland, Ohio
Michael Coleman, Columbus, Ohio
John W. Hickenlooper, Denver, Colorado
John Cook, El Paso, Texas
Christian Bollwage, Elizabeth, New Jersey
Eddie Perez, Hartford, Connecticut
John Duran, Hollywood, California
Chris Buetler, Lincoln, Nebraska
Antonio Villaraigosa, Los Angeles, California
Bill Purcell, Nashville, Tennessee
John DeStefano, New Haven, Connecticut
Cory Booker, Newark, New Jersey
Jerry Brown, Oakland, California
Mike Fahey, Omaha, Nebraska
Phil Gordon, Phoenix, Arizona
Phil Hardberger, San Antonio, Texas
Gavin Newsom, San Francisco, California
Greg Nickels, Seattle, Washington
Walt Maddox, Tuscaloosa, Alabama
John Michael Fabrizi, Bridgeport, Connecticut
William Bell, Durham, North Carolina
Manuel Diaz, Miami, Florida
Samuel Jones, Mobile, Alabama
Buddy Dyer, Orlando, Florida
Tom Potter, Portland, Oregon
Jerry Sanders, San Diego, California
Adrian Fenty, Washington, DC