Smart + Strong.
All Rights Reserved.
Smart + Strong®
is a registered trademark of CDM Publishing, LLC.
But a congressional fight over a disaster relief bill for Puerto Rico doesn’t bode well for HIV spending.
That means more money for the CDC and HIV programs. But the future of these funding bills remains unclear.
Plus: Once again federal funds get diverted from health care and into the detention of immigrant youth.
Barack Obama proposed $1 billion for the Cancer Moonshot; George W. Bush asked for $15 billion to end the global HIV/AIDS epidemic.
A survey finds that Trump’s expanded Mexico City Policy disrupts the delivery of comprehensive sexual reproductive health information.
Meanwhile, the White House scrambles to release its 2020 budget request.
Broad details emerge, such as targeting the HIV hot spots that, when combined, account for 50 percent of new HIV cases.
A roundup of statements
Here’s what we know so far about the 10-year plan—and the two main officials behind it.
AIDS United explores the results of the 2018 Democratic victory in the House of Representatives.
Their House bill funds T-HUD, which includes Housing for People Living With AIDS. But will the bill succeed?
Four out of 10 FDA workers are sidelined.
The program has saved at least a million lives, despite the White House’s increased efforts to undermine it.
Democrats suggested passing six of the seven outstanding appropriations bills, including an $18 million increase for AIDS housing.
The new federal initiative will work with existing research programs in eight cities.
You have been inactive for 60 minutes and will be logged out in . Any updates not saved will be lost.
Click here to log back in.