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All women who are pregnant or planning to get should take an test as soon as possible. The earlier HIV is diagnosed and treated, the more effective medicine will be at preventing mother-to-child HIV transmission.
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CDC HIV/AIDS Jul 19
“After a decades-long struggle, the path to eliminate America’s epidemic is clear. Expanding efforts across the country will close gaps, overcome threats, and turn around troublesome trends.” Dr. Eugene McCray, Director
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CDC HIV/AIDS Jul 18
As part of High-Impact Prevention, CDC & partners are working to address key gaps in prevention & care for people nationwide. Learn more:
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CDC HIV/AIDS Jul 18
partners: One of CDC’s new web-based tools can estimate the number of individuals indicated for by jurisdiction, transmission risk group, and race/ethnicity. Check it out today!
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CDC HIV/AIDS Jul 18
partners: Does your clinic provide for prevention? Join the PrEP database to help people find you and .
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CDC HIV/AIDS Jul 18
Tommy’s family and friends gave him the strength to start treatment right away and make his health a top priority. Learn more:
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CDC HIV/AIDS Jul 17
Photos from yesterday’s meeting in Houston.
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CDC HIV/AIDS Jul 17
Many people have for years before diagnosis. Everyone should get tested for HIV at least once, and those at high risk should test at least once a year. Learn more:
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CDC HIV/AIDS Jul 17
CDC's incidence report shows the decline in annual infections has stopped & new infections have stabilized -- highlighting the need for immediate action to end the HIV epidemic.
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CDC HIV/AIDS Jul 16
People w/ who take HIV meds as prescribed & get & keep an undetectable viral load have effectively no risk of transmitting HIV to their HIV-negative sex partners.
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CDC HIV/AIDS Jul 16
New CDC Prevention Progress Report combines national & state data (where available) for the 50 states & DC, providing a complete picture of progress in HIV prevention, & emphasizing the importance of state-level action for achieving national goals.
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CDC HIV/AIDS Jul 15
Connect with CDC on social media and never miss an update on statistics & prevention tools. Learn more about our social media resources here:
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CDC HIV/AIDS Jul 15
: Do you have patients that could benefit from ? Learn how to with CDC’s free program, Advancing PrEP in Practice:
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CDC HIV/AIDS Jul 15
Testing for and knowing your status provides can help you make decisions about prevention and transmission:
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CDC HIV/AIDS Jul 15
Both screening and treatment are proven to reduce the risk of transmission. Get the facts:
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CDC HIV/AIDS Jul 15
Call for Manuscripts: Abstract submissions for The JID and supplement on "Infectious Diseases and Injection Drug Use: Public Health Burden and Response" are due to JID no later than midnight tonight. You can see more information:
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CDC HIV/AIDS Jul 13
Need help staying on track with your medication? Download our Every Dose, Every Day app to receive medication reminders.
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CDC HIV/AIDS Jul 12
CDC works hard to improve outcomes at every stage of the Care Continuum. Learn more about the continuum and its 4 steps here:
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CDC HIV/AIDS Jul 12
People w/ : See your 4-6 weeks before traveling to certain countries to discuss precautions you may need to take to stay healthy. Learn more:
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CDC HIV/AIDS Jul 12
Quitting smoking can help people w/ have a better quality of life & fewer HIV-related symptoms. Quitting is possible, and can help!
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