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The National HIV/AIDS Strategy

The White House has released its national strategy to fight HIV/AIDS, which is aimed at reducing the number of new infections nationwide and providing high quality care for those living with the virus in the United States.

Scroll down for news, commentary and analysis from POZ, as well as video of the White House announcement of the strategy, video of President Obama discussing the strategy and video interviews with members of the HIV/AIDS community.





Strategy Unveiled

Federal officials at the White House
release details on the national HIV/AIDS
strategy and its implementation.

To download the national HIV/AIDS strategy, click here.

To download the strategy implementation plan, click here.

To download the president's memo on the strategy, click here.

White House announcement of the strategy:




Presidential Zeal

Read President Obama's remarks
addressing the community after the
release of the national HIV/AIDS strategy.

President Obama speaks at a reception for the
HIV/AIDS community after the release of the strategy:




Responses to the Strategy

The HIV/AIDS community weighs in
on the national HIV/AIDS strategy.

Phill Wilson, president and CEO of the Black AIDS Institute:


Charles King, president and CEO of Housing Works:

Click here to read "Why I Interrupted President Obama's Speech on the
National HIV/AIDS Strategy" by Charles King at the Housing Works blog.





Praise From Obama

Three HIV/AIDS advocates get shout outs from
the president during his speech.

From left: Ben Banks, Craig Washington and Linda Scruggs



What Will It Take?

David Munar blogs about next steps
for the national HIV/AIDS strategy.







Jeff Crowley, director of the
White House Office of National AIDS Policy, at the
XVII International AIDS Conference in Vienna:


Kevin Fenton, director of the
National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD and TB Prevention,
at the XVII International AIDS Conference in Vienna:


Jonathan Mermin, director of the Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention
at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,
at the XVII International AIDS Conference in Vienna:


A discussion of the strategy at the
XVIII International AIDS Conference in Vienna:


Kevin Frost, CEO of amfAR, at the
XVII International AIDS Conference in Vienna:


Kandy Ferree, president and CEO of the National AIDS Fund,
at the XVII International AIDS Conference in Vienna:


Robert Greenwald, managing attorney of the WilmerHale
Legal Services Center at the Harvard Law School,
at the XVII International AIDS Conference in Vienna:




The President's Commitment

Gayle Smith at the White House blog on the
commitment of the Obama administration
to fighting HIV/AIDS.




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