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Celeb Instagram: World AIDS Day Edition

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Today is World AIDS Day. Everyone needs to know their HIV status. Testing has never been easier or simpler. There’s no excuse for undetected HIV anymore. People living with HIV now live full, happy lives, most on only one pill a day. And with HIV properly managed, people won’t pass the virus onto others. The future has never looked brighter. We are on our way to ending AIDS by 2030. @ejaf @eltonjohn #WorldAIDSDay

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This #WorldAIDSDay, I’m proud to support @EGPAF in their effort to #endAIDS in children globally. For a limited time only, give $20 or more and you’ll get a @KeithHaringFoundationt-shirt! Get yours today: www.pedaids.org/2020. Link in bio. #AIDSFreeGeneration

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Today is an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, to show support for people living with HIV, and to commemorate those who have died from an AIDS-related illness. World AIDS Day is important because it reminds the public and Government that HIV has not gone away – there is still a vital need to raise money, increase awareness, fight prejudice and improve education. @worldaidsday @worldaidsday18 @actagainstaids @aidshealthcare #WorldAIDSDay #HIV #AIDS #onestep4red #wad18 #aidsawareness #aidslifecycle #hivpositive

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It’s #WorldAidsDay. Remembering those we’ve lost and bringing awareness. The fight is not over!

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“We are optimistic that an end to the HIV pandemic is feasible. However, to reach this goal, we must apply the tools and advances already at hand as we continue to follow the science in laboratories and clinics around the world.” – NIH #WorldAIDSDay⁠ ⁠

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Today is #WorldAIDSDay and it's a perfect opportunity for us to speak up about HIV/ AIDS, to remember all those we have lost to this epidemic and to commit ourselves to fighting for those living with the disease. In the US alone there are currently over a million people with HIV+ status and tragically 75% of those people are living at or below the poverty line making access to life-saving medication and a nutritious diet near impossible. Another constant struggle for those affected is the debilitating stigma that we as a society place on them. Let's spread facts, not fear. HIV is not a gay disease and an HIV+ status does not make someone "dirty." Gents, stop referring to your HIV- status as "clean" on your dating/hookup apps – the implications are damning. ANYBODY can contract the virus and the most effective way we can help prevent that is through education, getting regularly tested and knowing your status and by practicing safe sex with condoms and/or PrEP. If you want to do something to help those living with HIV/ AIDS then PLEASE consider donating to my @aidslifecycle campaign – the link is in my bio! This June I will be riding this beautiful custom rainbow painted Cannondale bicycle 545 miles from San Francisco to Los Angeles and I have pledged to raise $1,000,000 dollars for the cause. It's going to take a lot of work to reach that goal but if each of my followers clicked the link and donated just $1 then I would easily surpass my goal. I know that everyone is tight on cash coming into the holidays but I want to thank you all in advance for your generosity and support. Your donation is helping save lives and I love you for it!

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