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Collaborative HIV Program Improves Long-term Care for Youths in the United States

5-23-2017A new article published this week highlights a multi-agency, collaborative demonstration program that addressed health care barriers unique to adolescents and y…
April 19 2017 Town Hall

Less Talk, More Action: Southern Leaders Meet with CDC to Address HIV Disparities in the South

5-23-2017Why did it take us so long to focus our attention on the disparities experienced in the South? Was it that AIDS was first identified in big cities on the east a…
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Getting In Sync On HIV, Hep C, And LGBT Health

5-3-2017Last week, along with other federal leaders, I had the opportunity to address the 2017 Synchronicity Conference. It is a national conference organized by Health…

Digital Tools and Resources for National Transgender HIV Testing Day 2017

4-11-2017National Transgender HIV Testing Day (NTHTD) is coming up on April 18, 2017. The Center for Excellence (COE) for Transgender Health at the University of Califor…

National Drug Abuse Summit to Address Infectious Disease Consequences of Opioid Crisis

3-15-2017The National Rx Drug Abuse & Heroin Summit will take place on April 17-20, 2017, in Atlanta, Georgia. (The conference is often referred to as the Hal Rogers co…
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Highlights from First Day of CROI 2017

2-14-2017This week, we’re at the 2017 Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) in Seattle sharing news and information about some of the importa…
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HIV Health Improvement Affinity Group

1-27-2017The HIV Health Improvement Affinity Group (HHIAG) offers federal support for state-level efforts to improve rates of sustained virologic suppression among Medic…
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Promoting Innovation and Collaboration: SMAIF Awards Strengthen Response to HIV Among Racial and Ethnic Minorities

11-21-2016We have made incredible progress in HIV treatment and prevention, but too many Americans from all walks of life still get HIV, and too people with HIV are dying…