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National Association of People With AIDS

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8401 Colesville Road, Suite 505
Silver Spring, MD 20910

1-866-846-9366 (Voice - Toll-free)
240-247-0880 (Voice)
240-247-0574 (FAX)

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The National Association of People With AIDS (NAPWA) is an advocacy group that speaks for all people infected and affected by HIV in the United States. NAPWA is dedicated to a moral agenda, the purpose of which is to save lives, support research for a cure, and stop human suffering. NAPWA can be found every day of the week in schools, churches, community centers, and businesses educating people about HIV disease. NAPWA also meets with government agencies, scientists, and pharmaceutical and biotech companies about current and future treatments; distributes vital educational information; and works to focus national attention on the realities faced by people living with HIV.



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Date Entered: 12/15/1998
Date Edited: 7/14/2014
Date Revised: 1/8/2007
Health Referral Number: HR2984
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