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Federal Response

HIV Prevention Activities

An estimated 37,600 HIV infections are diagnosed each year, according to the most recent CDC data. The Federal approach to reducing new HIV infections is based …
Federal Response

HIV Care and Treatment Activities

HIV is a virus that can multiply quickly and damage the body’s immune system, making it hard to fight off infections and cancers. While no cure exists for HIV…
Federal Response

HIV Testing Activities

Nearly one in seven people living with HIV in the U.S. are unaware of their infection. As a result, they are not accessing the care and treatment they need to s…
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Current SMAIF Activities

FY16 SMAIF Allocations by Agency

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…
Hepatitis Testing Day - May 19 2015

At the Forefront of Public Health: The Cherokee Nation’s Hepatitis C Elimination Program and the Indian Health Service’s Hepatitis C Testing Program

5-19-2016May is Hepatitis Awareness Month, which brings needed attention to two leading causes of liver disease and liver cancer: hepatitis B and hepatitis C. In the Uni…