Editors are advised that two high-resolution photos are available toaccompany the news release, AQF012, The Magic Johnson Foundation and AbbottExpand Focus of 'Campaign to End Black AIDS' to African-American Women in2008, issued earlier today by Abbott.
Caption 1: At a World AIDS Day event in Harlem on Friday, Earvin "Magic"and Cookie Johnson, along with representatives from the Magic JohnsonFoundation and Abbott, and HIV/AIDS experts, discuss the "I Stand With Magic"program, part of the Campaign to End Black AIDS, aimed at reducing new HIVinfections in the African- American community by half over five years. Theprogram focuses on raising awareness of HIV/AIDS prevention, testing andtreatment. (PRNewsFoto)
Caption 2: At a World AIDS Day event in Harlem on Friday, Cookie Johnson,wife of Earvin "Magic" Johnson, discusses the impact of the HIV/AIDS epidemicon African-American women. Ms. Johnson joins the ?I Stand With Magic? program,a partnership between Abbott and the Magic Johnson Foundation to reduce newHIV infections in the African-American community by half over five years.(PRNewsFoto)
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