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« on: June 13, 2012, 12:38:27 AM »
philadelphia fight’s hiv prevention and outreach summit

Timothy Brown, Others Set to Engage 1000+ Participants an Annual HIV Conference

PHILADELPHIA – Timothy Brown, the “Berlin Patient” cured of HIV in 2007, will speak at Philadelphia FIGHT’s 13th Annual HIV Prevention and Outreach Summit on Thursday, June 14, 2012 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center as part of AIDS Education Month. 
The day-long conference set to begin at 8:30 AM and conclude at 5 PM will bring together HIV prevention workers, city agency representatives, youth and faith-based organization leaders, people living with HIV, and concerned members of the community.  Based on attendance in past years, over 1000 individuals are expected to attend.  Workshops will be offered on HIV research and domestic policy, HIV-related issues facing women, the LGBT community, the Latino community, youth, and sex workers, and a variety of other topics.
AIDS Education Month has been organized every June by FIGHT since 1994.  Now in its 18th year, AIDS Education Month features the prison reentry summit, a youth summit, and an HIV prevention summit as its key activities.  Volunteer presentations in communities throughout the city, special events for target populations, and major outreach to encourage all Philadelphians to get tested for HIV also take place during AIDS Education Month.  Over 10,000 individuals are directly reached by FIGHT’s efforts every June. This year’s AIDS Education Month is co-chaired by GALAEI and the Philadelphia Prison System with Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams serving as the month’s honorary chairperson.
To register for the Prevention Summit or any of the month’s events, please visit www.fight.org/aem or call 215.985.4448 x200.  All AIDS Education Month events are free and open to the public with registration.
Philadelphia FIGHT is a comprehensive AIDS service organization providing state of the art, culturally conscious HIV primary care, consumer education, advocacy, social services, outreach to people living with HIV and to those who are at high risk, and access to the most advanced clinical research. Each year, FIGHT reaches over 10,000 individuals through its education and outreach efforts and treats over 1,300 individuals with HIV at the Jonathan Lax Treatment Center.  FIGHT’s goal is to end the AIDS epidemic within the lifetime of those currently living with HIV.

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