THE BALTIMORE SUN
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A health care company called ViiV Healthcare, formed by the pharmaceutical giants GlaxoSmithKline and Pfizer, said this week that it would launch a four-year $10 million initiative in Baltimore and Jackson, Miss., to increase access to HIV treatment and services among gay black men.
The cities were chosen because of their high rates of infection among gay black men, and the number of new cases in the community.
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