Jose Javier of Latinos Salud talks with a clubgoer outside of Twist night club on South Beach, July 22, 2015. Latinos Salud is an advocacy group that provides rapid HIV testing, safe sex education and free condoms. They recently started working in the area with the support of local nightclubs after South Beach AIDS Project shut down. This month, they've been able to expand to having a full-time presence.
Jose Javier of Latinos Salud talks with a clubgoer outside of Twist night club on South Beach, July 22, 2015. Latinos Salud is an advocacy group that provides rapid HIV testing, safe sex education and free condoms. They recently started working in the area with the support of local nightclubs after South Beach AIDS Project shut down. This month, they've been able to expand to having a full-time presence. CHARLES TRAINOR JR MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Jose Javier of Latinos Salud talks with a clubgoer outside of Twist night club on South Beach, July 22, 2015. Latinos Salud is an advocacy group that provides rapid HIV testing, safe sex education and free condoms. They recently started working in the area with the support of local nightclubs after South Beach AIDS Project shut down. This month, they've been able to expand to having a full-time presence. CHARLES TRAINOR JR MIAMI HERALD STAFF

HIV testing: On the spot and in the clubs on South Beach

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