AIDS Project R.I. seeks funds to continue tackling AIDS-related issues

ACTION PLAN: Mikel Wadewitz, center, director of AIDS Project Rhode Island, speaks with Will Tregaskis, left, and Minerva W. Quiroz during a staff meeting. Wadewitz says APRI is partnering with other agencies to develop a more concrete action plan to support older individuals with HIV. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
ACTION PLAN: Mikel Wadewitz, center, director of AIDS Project Rhode Island, speaks with Will Tregaskis, left, and Minerva W. Quiroz during a staff meeting. Wadewitz says APRI is partnering with other agencies to develop a more concrete action plan to support older individuals with HIV. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
AIDS Project Rhode Island is addressing AIDS-related issues on a variety of fronts, despite new medication that is making the impact of HIV and fears associated with it a thing of the past. “HIV is a chronic condition. It’s not a death sentence,” said APRI Director Mikel Wadewitz. “There’s very good access to medication and…

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