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Government and community leaders.

The Latino Coalition on AIDS in Los Angeles in Los Angeles in 2004 and comprises a broad group of local Latino political, government and community leaders. With funding from the Los Angeles County Office of AIDS Programs and Policy and other private sources, the coalition directed the rising rates of HIV infection among Latinos.

We appeal nationwide to healthcare providers and drug companies pharmaceutical companies, need for prevention and need for prevention and screening programs for this community , and significant changes to their efforts. ‘.. The recent study late detection late detection of HIV for Latino immigrants is not only common, but also displaces potential access to vital antiretroviral treatments. The study also factors such as a general lack of knowledge about HIV risk, poor understanding of condom use and social stigma that contributes to late detection and.