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Topic - A. Toni Young
D.C. health officials and volunteers credit the alliance of government, researchers and community members as the main force for improving the local approach to the HIV/AIDS epidemic and the lives of those with the disease.
"We turned the tide of the epidemic in the District of Columbia, frankly, together," said A. Toni Young, executive director for Community Education Group, during a panel at the International AIDS Conference on Wednesday.