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Nebraska: New HIV Prevention Project in Omaha

May 4, 2012

Working with the Nebraska AIDS Project, the Nebraska Health and Human Services Department will use new competitive funding from CDC to implement an HIV prevention demonstration project connecting outreach, education, testing, and linkage to care in the Omaha area. The two-year grant awarded $284,345 for 2012; the amount for 2013 was not announced.

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Omaha World-Herald
04.28.2012; Sue Story Truax




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