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Eric Krock

Dear PostNewsOnline –

Would you please add a link on your site to http://www.AIDSvideos.org/? AIDSvideos.org is a new not-for-profit. Our mission is to prevent the spread of HIV and to assist those affected by making all the world's HIV/AIDS educational videos in all the world's languages available online for free.

We are nearly finished creating a free basic HIV/AIDS video curriculum in English. On the web site, you can already see:
- Introduction to HIV and AIDS: What You Need to Know (17 min.)
- Top Ten Myths About HIV/AIDS (9 min.)
- Crystal Methamphetamine and HIV: The Connection (7 min.)

We will finish out the basic curriculum by adding "Prevention for Positives" in August (a video about how to live safely and healthily if you are HIV positive) and “How to Sterilize a Used Needle or Syringe Using Bleach.” All of these scripts have been reviewed and approved for scientific and medical accuracy by Becky Kuhn, M.D., an AIDS clinician.

For our next phase, we plan to find medical students and residents who can translate the scripts into their native languages and deliver them into the camera, enabling us to make this free doctor-approved curriculum available in every language in the world.

We also have received the rights to videos from World Vision, Population Services International, hiv.bg, and hiv.is, and we have created additional original videos so far in Japanese, Swahili, and Afrikaans. We have uploaded most of our videos to Google Video, Yahoo Video, YouTube, and the Open Media Network to make them as broadly available as possible.

Now that we've created and obtained this content, we need help in letting people know it exists. Would you please help us in our mission to educate as many people as possible about ways to reduce their risk and to help others who have been affected by adding a link on your web site? If you have questions, you can email me at eric@aidsvideos.org.

Many thanks for any help you can offer,

Eric Krock
Executive Director, AIDSvideos.org

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