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Today is World AIDS Day, a United Nations event dedicated to raising awareness of HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment. Each year’s AIDS Day comes with a theme—this year’s centers around creating an “AIDS-Free Generation,” so CU’s GlobeMed hit the Lerner ramps to grill Columbia students about what they think will end HIV and how many babies receive […]

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Aid for AIDS

Today is World AIDS Day, and people are out on College Walk to tell you about it. The Student Global AIDS Campaign have set up a communal art project/fundraiser, to represent the entire HIV virus genome out of tiles. The virus has almost 10,000 base pairs, so they’re aiming to create a representation using that many tiles. You […]

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