Rotary hosts World AIDS Day panel

An estimated 22,000 Chicagoans are living with HIV/AIDS, and 1,000 new infections are reported each year.

In commemoration of World AIDS Day, Evanston-based Rotary – an international humanitarian service organization dedicated to tackling the world’s most pressing challenges – is hosting a public panel discussion to increase awareness and education about HIV/AIDS here at home and abroad.


Dr. Timothy B. Erickson: Director for the University of Illinois college of Medicine/Center for Global Health

Matt Richards MSA, MDiv:  Director of Programs at Care2Prevent, the University of Chicago’s Pediatric and Adolescent HIV program

General public can register for the event here

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