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the Galaxy Ball! A World AIDS Day Event.
In honor of World
AIDS Day, PATF and True T Entertainment bring you the Second
Annual Honors Ball, Galaxy II. Last year, the event drew
about 250 people along with participants from as far
away as DC competing for awards, accolades, and prizes.
do not want to miss this event. If you've never experienced a vogue
house ball event, they are a feast for the senses. Proceeds from this
event benefit the minority populations that make up the house ball
Come out and
experience the galactic energy of music, fashion, and dance as
performers compete for their share of $3,000 in prize money. This
event will be a sensory feast on a cosmic scale.
The Wyndham Hotel in Oakland
December 6, 2014
PM - 2 AM
For more information or sponsorship
412-345-0587 or 412-867-9586 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tickets on sale now!
On #GivingTuesday, let's focus on the positive:
happier, healthier people make happier, healthier communities.
Each year, PATF
conducts more than 2,000
free and anonymous HIV tests, linking newly diagnosed
individuals to the care and essential services needed to stay healthy,
happy, and less likely to transmit the virus to others.
on finding new infections, re-engaging those infected who have
been lost to care, and helping our nearly 700 clients
get the care they need, PATF is helping bring down the rate of
new infections in our community.
By finding and supporting those infected with HIV, we
are preventing new infections and
we can't continue
this without your support.
Show your support by donating
today and help us
Focus on the Positive
is a consortium of regional HIV/AIDS corporations and organizations
coming together to raise awareness surrounding the disease and
its effects on our region.
This is the 6th year that (Pittsburgh)RED
has organized World AIDS Day events. Pittsburgh AIDS Task Force is
proud to be a part of this initiative and encourages everyone to wear
red or a red ribbon the week of December 1, 2014 to show support.
HIV/AIDS is still an epidemic and we are still fighting.
Come out to World AIDS Day events and show your support:
Check out Pittsburghred.org
for a list of events.
in the News:
Earlier Therapy May Be Better
antiretroviral therapy (ART) within 12 months of the estimated dates
of seroconversion (EDS) in patients infected with HIV may help more
patients achieve normalization of CD4+ T-cells than starting HIV based
on T-cell count alone, according to an article published online
November 24 in JAMA Internal Medicine.
Read rest of story
the White House 2014 World AIDS Day Event Live Broadcast on December 1
Every year on
December 1st, we commemorate World AIDS Day and re-commit to
addressing HIV/AIDS, a disease that affects approximately 35 million
The White House
will honor this worldwide observance on Monday, December 1, with an
important World AIDS Day event focusing on this year's Federal theme,
"Focus, Partner, Achieve: An AIDS-Free Generation."