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May 22, 2008

SFAF.org Podcast #33 - Racism & homophobia influence HIV testing and treatment among Black gay men

In this episode you'll hear an excerpt from our May 15th HIVision forum, What's Going On: HIV and Black Gay Men. Panelist Dr. David Malebranche answers a question about HIV testing among Black men with an illuminating portrait of the racism and homophobia Black gay men may encounter when seeking medical attention.

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HIVision is an ongoing forum series bringing research and evidence to bear on timely policy and programmatic issues. As thinking on HIV/AIDS continues to evolve, HIVision provides a safe venue to engage the community on potentially controversial topics. For more information, including a full list of the forum panelists and audio of the entire event, visit the HIVision web site.

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