As we pause for the 4th of July holiday, we thought it was a good opportunity to look back at the posts that were of particular interest to our readers this year. Our readers are interested in a variety of HIV-related topics covered here on the blog. Here are four of the most-read posts published to date in 2018 related to the federal response to HIV:
- HIV in the African American Community: Progress, But Our Work Is Far From Over
- More HIV Research Highlights from CROI 2018 (Videos)
- 3 Funding Opportunities from the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program
- 2017 National HIV/AIDS Strategy (NHAS) Progress Report Released
Interestingly, these posts are also among the most read across all four of the main topic areas on the site.
Other posts that piqued the interest of many readers so far this year include posts about recent HIV news from the FDA, the 37th Anniversary of the First Reported Cases of AIDS in the United States, funding news from HUD and SAMHSA, and HIV.gov's HIV testing and care services locator.
Catch up on these and other posts if you've missed them.
Best wishes from the HIV.gov team for happy 4th of July.