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S. Carolina's Haley Slams Door on HIV Prevention

Monday, October 22, 2012

South Carolina dramatizes the South's problem with HIV. Gov. Haley has blocked funds and campaigns and billboards are nowhere to be seen. For rural black women it's a catastrophe.

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