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Meet Doris: She’s HIV+ and her son, Michael, was born HIV free. Due to (RED) money, more HIV+ pregnant women like Doris are receiving treatment to help their babies be born healthy. Thank you. #endofAIDS

Meet Doris: She’s HIV+ and her son, Michael, was born HIV free. Due to (RED) money, more HIV+ pregnant women like Doris are receiving treatment to help their babies be born healthy.

Joyce is HIV+ but because she had access to medicine, her son Benjamin was born HIV free. We have the opportunity to end mother-to-child transmission of HIV. And it's people like you who are helping turn that opportunity into a reality.

Joyce is HIV+ but because she had access to medicine, her son Benjamin was born HIV free. We have the opportunity to end mother-to-child transmission of HIV. And it's people like you who are helping turn that opportunity into a reality.

Have you met Connie? She’s HIV+ and because she has access to medicine, her daughter Lubona was born #HIV free. #endofAIDS

Have you met Connie? She’s HIV+ and because she has access to medicine, her daughter Lubona was born free.

FACT: There are 37 million people in the 🌎  living with HIV. Over half are still in need of life-saving treatment.

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Thanks to lifesaving antiretroviral treatment Silvia did not pass to her daugher, Grace.

Now, 650 babies are born with HIV every day. By 2015, that number can be nearly zero. Who wants to fight for an AIDS Free Generation with (RED)? #endofAIDS

Now, 650 babies are born with HIV every day. By that number can be nearly zero. Who wants to fight for an AIDS Free Generation with (RED)?

Together we can create a world where no child is born with HIV.

Together we can create a world where no child is born with HIV.

A big (RED) thank you to Ellen DeGeneres, the Special Envoy for Global AIDS Awareness, for telling the world how they can participate in (RED)RUSH to help deliver an AIDS FREE GENERATION by 2015.

She is always helping in anyway she can--Play Xbox and Help RED

'THE LAZARUS EFFECT' Film from (RED) & HBO: The  30-minute documentary follows the story of HIV-positive people in Africa who in as few as 40 days undergo a remarkable transformation thanks to access to treatment that costs around 40 cents a day.

FDA advisory panel recommends approval of home HIV test kits and HIV prevention pills

In 2002, more than 1,500 babies were born every day with HIV.  Today that number is just over 650.  via (RED) on facebook https://www.facebook.com/joinred?fref=photo

In 2002, more than 1,500 babies were born every day with HIV. Today that number is just over 650. via (RED) on facebook https://www.facebook.com/joinred?fref=photo

Woman’s Facebook Confession After She Found Out Her Husband Gave Her HIV | Amebo Book

Through insightful interviews, captivating portraits and poignant journal writing, the Faces of HIV project examines the effects of stigmas, the personal rel.

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