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Top 17 Posts About the Federal Response to HIV in 2017

12-27-2017As the end of 2017 draws near, like many of you, we have been reflecting on the developments and opportunities of the past year. For us, that has included takin…
World AIDS Day. December 1, 2017

UPDATED - ICYMI: World AIDS Day 2017 Recap

12-4-2017World AIDS Day is always a busy time for the HIV.gov blog—so busy that it can be easy to miss important posts you want to read! For your convenience, we have …
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What Does Our Past Tell Us About Our Future? The Essential Role of Psychologists in Fighting HIV

10-26-2017Since the early days of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, psychologists have been essential in the response to HIV:They offered mental health support for people living wit…
Federal Response

Current Minority HIV/AIDS Fund Activities

9-6-2017As of March 2019, the program formerly known as the Secretary’s Minority AIDS Initiative Fund (SMAIF) has been renamed. The program is now known as the Mi…
Federal Response

HIV Prevention Activities

5-20-2017An 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

5-20-2017HIV 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…

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