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HIV/AIDS Awareness Week, free testing, guest speakers return in March

The HIV/AIDS Awareness Week will return to Pierce College in March after it was canceled last semester because of a last-minute insurance requirement. The Los...

Last-minute insurance requirements cancel HIV/AIDS Awareness Week

Pierce College Student Health Center Director Beth Benne shook her head and fought back tears when she described one of her leukemia patients who...

HIV testing returns

After announcing last month that free HIV testing would no longer be available on the Pierce College campus, the Health Center will once again be offering confidential testing beginning November 13. In addition to the confidential testing, the speaker's bureau Being Alive will be returning to campus for an AIDS/HIV Awareness Week that will highlight personal accounts of living with HIV/AIDS.

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