ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) - In recognition of world AIDS Day and to remember all those affected by HIV and AIDS in our community, the University of Minnesota Rochester offered free HIV testing Friday.
The professional AIDS network hosted the event today, giving anyone who showed up a confidential test. In addition to testing, they also offer education and outreach to students and the community.
The network is made up of a variety organizations and groups including Mayo Clinic, Planned Parenthood and Olmstead Medical Center.
A vigil was be held at peace plaza in downtown Rochester in remembrance of those impacted by AIDS and HIV.
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