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Barack Obama proposed $1 billion for the Cancer Moonshot; George W. Bush asked for $15 billion to end the global HIV/AIDS epidemic.
With the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief budget up in the air, advocates worry that PEPFAR will cap HIV treatment elsewhere.
Getting 70 percent of the HIV population virally suppressed by 2020 would prevent a vast number of deaths over two decades.
Thoughts on the Presidential Inauguration from the Founder of The HIV League
Obama signs the biggest health legislation since his Affordable Care Act. What strings are attached?
Continued work is needed to achieve our 2020 national goals and end AIDS worldwide by 2030.
Lifting the entry ban for tourists and immigrants with HIV, releasing the National HIV/AIDS Strategy, approving PrEP, and more.
Plus, watch statements from federal leaders on the epidemic’s anniversary.
Surely a nod to the HIV and hep C outbreaks in Indiana, Obama said he hopes the nation will battle prescription drug abuse and heroin abuse.
Why didn’t the U.S. have a National HIV/AIDS Strategy until 2010? Matt Baume spells it out.
A proclamation by the President of the United States of America on World AIDS Day 2015.
In the words of President Obama, the National HIV/AIDS Strategy “focuses on making sure that every American, no matter who you are..."
As history’s largest international response to a disease hits a major milestone, there’s cause for celebration & reflect on challenges ahead
The president delivered a speech the day after World AIDS Day announcing several achievements and new goals.
A Nobel Peace Prize winner urges the U.S. president to increase global access to antiretrovirals.
Federal sequestration has sent devastating ripples through the scientific research community, seriously hampering efforts to combat...
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