A clinical program manager draws a blood sample from a student during a demonstration of teenage HIV testing in November 2015 at Miami Jackson Senior High School.
A clinical program manager draws a blood sample from a student during a demonstration of teenage HIV testing in November 2015 at Miami Jackson Senior High School. CARL JUSTE cjuste@miamiherald.com
A clinical program manager draws a blood sample from a student during a demonstration of teenage HIV testing in November 2015 at Miami Jackson Senior High School. CARL JUSTE cjuste@miamiherald.com

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December 06, 2016 06:08 PM

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