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In Austin, black and hispanic men are disproportionately impacted by new diagnoses. The needs to confront this in order to succeed.
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ACPHD Jul 19
“We will work hand-in-hand with federal, state, local, tribal and – most importantly – community partners across the U.S. to remove barriers to treatment, care, and prevention,” said
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LA Public Health Jul 18
Our last panel for the visit covered meth/opioid use and risk for & syphilis.
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ACPHD Jul 19
“We’re making great progress in the fight against , with rare deaths, fewer cases reported and more people on medication to keep them healthy and prevent the spread of infection,” said Colleen Chawla, Director, HCSA
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ACPHD Jul 19
“Congresswoman Barbara Lee has worked long and hard for an AIDS-free generation – and now we have the tools and the will to end the HIV epidemic in America,” said
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The AIDS Institute Jul 17
“This is a once in a generation opportunity to use tools science has spent decades developing,” - on the plan.
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ACPHD Jul 19
"Much thanks to and for visiting our Public Health Dept and for encouraging next-level interventions! Much has been done, but more is needed to end the epidemic." - Kimi Watkins-Tartt, Director
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The AIDS Institute Jul 19
An estimated 15 percent of Americans living with do not know they have it. Outreach to impacted communities and expanded testing are necessary in order to .
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Jordan Jenrette White Jul 17
Our article on HIV & employment among Black gay & bisexual men in is out! Black gay & bisexual men face limited access to full-time employment. This is more pronounced among men living with HIV! Work experiences impact wellbeing!
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IDSA Jul 19
“PrEP deserts” are regions of the country with no -providing clinic nearby. A study by reveals the deserts are particularly prevalent in the South, an hot zone.
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ACPHD Jul 19
“Despite significant gains in addressing the epidemic over the past several decades, HIV/AIDS remains a substantial health concern in the US, especially low-income communities & communities of color” -
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Dr. Robert R. Redfield Jul 19
Today, & spoke with PH partners & community advocates to better understand successes & challenges they face working to .
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UCHAPS Jul 19
We are grateful that have proposed full funding for the initiative in the 2020 funding bill and hopeful that will now work to secure funding for this historic program.
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Contagion Jul 19
starts with use and to cut down on new infections
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The AIDS Institute Jul 16
. is hopeful will ensure that the initiative has the funding necessary to begin its work.
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The AIDS Institute Jul 15
The initiative will not be successful unless core programs like & are adequately funded. We urge & to fund these programs in 2020.
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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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Julia Marcus Jul 19
New HIV prevention estimates from : PrEP is 99% effective for sexual transmission, U=U is 100% effective. Exciting to see our work cited as key evidence. Time to get these meds to those who need them.
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ACPHD Jul 19
•Honored this morning to welcome and to for a roundtable with public health leaders and community stake holders involved in the fight against
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LA Public Health Jul 18
Afternoon panel covering and the Centers of Excellence. Thank you to our participants for sharing strategies to bring prevention, testing + education to at-risk communities.
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