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Living healthy with HIV program offered Oct. 27

By |2018-01-16T10:31:45-05:00October 20th, 2005|News|

FERNDALE – The Midwest AIDS Prevention Project will provide a program for people living with HIV on Thursday, Oct. 27 at Como’s restaurant in downtown Ferndale. Funded by a grant from Roche Laboratories, the program will provide attendees with information on some of the newest medications, including protease inhibitors, available for persons who are infected with HIV or who have AIDS.
Speakers include MAPP Board member Dr. Paul Benson of Berkley, who has treated AIDS patients for over twenty years. Dr. Charles Craig of Detroit will also speak.
Dinner is provided for the free program, but persons interested in attending must register with MAPP in advance by calling Royale Theus at 248-545-1435. Como’s is located on Woodward Avenue at the northeast corner at Nine Mile Road.

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