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Imara Canady, left, helped unveil the HIV clock that Matthew Terrell, right, created to count the number of greater Atlanta residences living with the disease. He will keep tabs every Friday until June 27, National HIV Testing Day.

Imara Canady, left, helped unveil the HIV clock that Matthew Terrell, right, created to count the number of greater Atlanta residences living with the disease. He will keep tabs every Friday until June 27, National HIV Testing Day.

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HIV Clock sculpture to track metro Atlanta's infection rate

AID Atlanta, AHF erect HIV Clock to alert public to HIV epidemic in metro Atlanta and Georgia