Province Marks HIV/AIDS Awareness Week and World AIDS Day
November 26, 2014
The Government of Nova Scotia is honouring people who are living with, and those who have died from, HIV/AIDS by marking HIV/AIDS Awareness Week and World AIDS Day.
To coincide with awareness week the Nova Scotia Advisory Commission on AIDS has released its report, Review of Nova Scotia's Strategy on HIV/AIDS: Looking Back and Moving Forward.
The report calls for a process to renew the provincial response to HIV/AIDS and to review the approach to HIV screening and testing.
Health and Wellness Minister Leo Glavine says the province is committed to working with the commission on the recommendations to help advance the quality of life for Nova Scotians living with HIV/AIDS.
For a full list of events being held across the province during HIV/AIDS Awareness Week and to get a copy of the report,
Nova Scotia Advisory Commission on AIDS
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