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When is HIV/AIDS awareness day?

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World Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome Day is Dec. 1, and various dates throughout the year are scheduled as awareness days for specific groups, according to AIDS.gov. For example, National Black HIV AIDS Awareness Day is Feb. 7, and National Women and Girls HIV AIDS Awareness Day is March 10.

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National Native HIV AIDS Awareness Day is March 20, National Youth Awareness Day is April 10, and HIV Vaccine Awareness Day is May 18, notes AIDS.gov. National Asian and Pacific Islander Awareness Day is May 19, Caribbean American Awareness Day is June 8, National HIV Testing Day is June 27, and National HIV AIDS and Aging Awareness Day is Sept. 18. National Gay Men's HIV/AIDS Awareness Day is Sept. 27, and National Latino AIDS Awareness Day is Oct. 15.

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