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Black C.A.R.E. (Black Community AIDS Research and Education) has a long history of education, research, advocacy and health care policy development in the Black community that began in 1987.

Some of the goals of our Keeping Young Men Healthy Project are:

 

- to contribute to the reduction of new HIV infections in young African American men 18-29 years of age who have sex with men (MSMs) through gathering scientific data 

- to learn what the necessary psychological and emotional prevention tools are that prevent new infections in this population 

- to develop policies based on science that create the resources and development of community-owned prevention strategies

  

 

HELP US KEEP YOU HEALTHY!

Our research team is interested in knowing what is important to African American men who have sex with men in keeping them healthy.

We are interviewing 18-29 year old brothers in Los Angeles to learn more about what is important to you to keep yourself healthy. We also provide free HIV testing and counseling.

 
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, PLEASE CONTACT US:
call BLACK C.A.R.E. at:
(310) 825-9858
ask for Dr. Cochran or Dr. Mays 
e-mail BLACK C.A.R.E. at:
blkcare@ucla.edu
tell us how and when to contact you

OR

fill out our online contact form
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we will contact you

  


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