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AIDS.gov blog on how to use new media to fight AIDS

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of AIDS Policy website AIDS.gov. has recently launched a blog blog.aids.gov for discussions of effective ways of using new media tools in the fight against HIV/AIDS. Each Tuesday morning they post information from an interview with leading new media and HIV/AIDS professionals, summarize the interview and reflect on ways AIDS.gov and others can implement new media. They invite comments!

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