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In commemoration of National HIV Testing Day on June 27, the Latino Commission on AIDS (LCOA) relaunched latinoaids.org, its main website. It’s a great improvement from their old website.

“Latinos are accessing the Internet in record numbers and our new website is a powerful tool in the fight against HIV/AIDS,” said Dennis de Leon, LCOA president, in a statement. “We invite everyone to visit our beautiful new website and share this resource with your entire network and contacts.”

New features include:
a more robust search engine; a monthly column by Dennis de Leon; an “Ask the Expert” section for medical questions; daily news updates from kaisernetwork.org; data and statistics on Latinos and HIV; and weekly polls.

Launching the redesigned website is the first step for LCOA to increase its online presence. The second step will be the launch of a Spanish-language website in August 2009.

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