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The One-Two Punch: Knocking Out HIV and Syphilis Co-infection

A campaign for North Carolina, particularly the Triangle area.

Funded with a grant from the National Library of Medicine (NLM), the One-Two Punch: Knocking Out HIV and Syphilis Co-infection initiative is designed to educate North Carolinians, especially those in the Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill and surrounding areas, about our state’s higher risk for HIV and syphilis and the need to talk with healthcare professionals about testing for both infections.

The campaign is suitable for all audiences and special care was taken to include populations that are too often overlooked, including men-who-have-sex-with-men and African-American women.

The posters and video are free to download and use on your websites and social media platforms. Each item has a link to NLM’s AIDSource site and clinic locator tool to find local free/low-cost care across North Carolina and the U.S.

Just click here to fill in your organization’s name and email address to get instant access to all campaign materials. #HealthisPower #NC!

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