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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Thousands of Minnesotans helped raise money to prevent HIV, and to keep people living with the disease healthy.

WCCO’s Jason DeRusha emceed the 25th Annual Minnesota AIDS Walk for the second year in a row.

The Walk benefits the Minnesota AIDS project, which is the largest and oldest organization fighting HIV in the state.

Along with the walk, people and families who came out to Minnehaha Falls could participate in a health fair and enjoy live music.

For more information on the Minnesota AIDS Project, click here.

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