Fuqua"As long as people are still becoming infected with HIV, as long as people are still HIV-positive," Fuqua said, "it’s still a part of us."

http://www.edgeonthenet.com/entertainment/culture/151047/’%3Bspeak_out’%3B_campaigns_against_hiv_stigmaThe Department of Public Health, along with the national Greater Than AIDS initiative and the Kaiser Family Foundation, recently introduced Speak Out: Let’s Bring HIV Out of the Closet, a social marketing campaign aimed at encouraging men not only to get tested for HIV regularly, but also to speak openly about their status and the disease in general, as a way to remove some of the stigma within the community associated with being HIV-positive.

Get tested! Get aware. Prevent HIV transmission and make safer choices. Safer sex.