News 12 New Jersey: World AIDS Day

Hackensack University Medical Center held a prevention-focused conference in Tenafly, NJ for students, aimed at stopping the spread of HIV and AIDS in youth. Ihor Sawczuk, M.D., executive vice president and chief medical officer of HackensackUMC says events like this are critical. By the year 2030, it's anticipated there will be an estimated 100 million new HIV infections, unless the message of prevention is practiced.




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