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Friday, March 23, 2007

New site offers social network for people with HIV/AIDS

Stephan Adelson of Chelsea has launched a non-profit website called to create a virtual drop-in center for people affected by HIV and AIDS. The free site offers password-protected memberships in separate areas for people who are HIV-positive, organizations offering HIV services, and family and friends of affected people.

Adelson is the former general manager of, an online dating service for men seeking men.

Posted by Elizabeth Cooney at 12:13 PM
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