MAC AIDS Fund awarded total of $475,000 to four AIDS-service organizations to launch collaborative effort to fight AIDS/HIV in people over age 50: AIDS Community Research Initiative of America received $150,000; Gay Men’s Health Crisis received $150,000; Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders received $150,000; GRIOT Circle received $25,000.
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