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From stigma to strength: HIV activist from Lebanon shares his story

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Our commitment to HIV treatments and prevention through the years

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From Kenya to the U.S., she’s helping lead the fight against HIV

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Renowned Photographer and HIV Activist Duane Cramer Partners with Project Runway Star Mondo Guerra and Merck on I Design Campaign

National HIV Education Initiative Kicks Off Second Year of Education on Self-expression in HIV Treatment with New Interactive Tools WHITEHOUSE STATION, N.J., Feb. 7, 2013 – Merck (NYSE: MRK), known as MSD outside the United States and Canada, today announced that Duane Cramer, an acclaimed photographer and HIV advocate, is joining the national HIV education campaign I Design.  Duane has partnered with Project Runway star Mondo Guerra, who served as the voice of the campaign in 2012, to help empower people living with HIV to work with their doctors and approach HIV treatment “through their own lens.” The I Design campaign traveled the United States in 2012, and is embarking on its second year on the road this National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day,including the launch of interactive digital tools to help with HIV management on “As a person who has lived with HIV for a long time, I’ve learned that self-expression is incredibly important, especially when it