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October 14, 2008 12:01 AM

About HopeHealth

HopeHealth began in 1991 in the living room of a woman whose two adult children had tested positive for HIV. It now has a $4 million budget, as well as offices in Florence, Orangeburg and Aiken that serve 1,300 people in 12 counties. Most of the money comes from the federal government, under the Ryan White Care Act.

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