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NEW YORK: Harlem United Unveils New HIV Prevention Program




 

New York Amsterdam News (01.31.08) - Monday, February 25, 2008

Harlem United's new Blocks Project will take a geographic approach to HIV prevention. In its first phase, the project is partnering with several public housing projects. "People living in East and Central Harlem are often faced with a multiplicity of issues and needs that create barriers to HIV testing and impede access to medical care for those who are infected," said Joe B. Pressly, managing director of the Blocks Project. For more information, visit www.harlemunited.org.



 


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