Hundreds gather in Cadman Plaza in support of AIDS research, prevention and care

The Keep the Promise Campaign says that funding cuts around New York will result in 68,000 fewer HIV tests across the state.

The Keep the Promise Campaign says that funding cuts around New York will result in 68,000 fewer HIV tests across the state. (4/6/13)

BROOKLYN - Hundreds of people gathered in Cadman Plaza this afternoon to remind elected officials to continue their promise of funding AIDS research, prevention and care.

The Keep the Promise Campaign says that funding cuts around New York will result in 68,000 fewer HIV tests across the state.

The event featured HIV testing, free condoms and other support.

The campaign is also working to declare April 10 as National Youth HIV/AIDS Awareness Day.


 

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