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Renewing the Commitment: The 2005 Reauthorization of the Ryan White CARE Act

References

March 2005

  1. Health Resources and Services Administration, "The AIDS Epidemic and the Ryan White CARE Act: Past Progress, Future Challenges," 2003.

  2. Health Resources and Services Administration fact sheet, "Ryan White CARE Act: CARE Act Overview" July 2002.

  3. International Association of Physicians in AIDS Care, "HAART Slashed AIDS Deaths by 80 Percent." IAPAC Monthly, Nov 2003, p. 279.

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  4. Health Resources and Services Administration fact sheets, "African Americans and HIV/AIDS," "Women and HIV/AIDS," and "Hispanics and HIV/AIDS," July 2002.

  5. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, "HIV/AIDS Surveillance Report." Vol. 15; 2004.

  6. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, "Deaths: Final Data for 2002," National Vital Statistics Report 53.5 (October 2004); Kaiser Family Foundation fact sheet, "African Americans and HIV/AIDS," February 2005.

  7. Kaiser, Ibid.

  8. Kaiser, Ibid.

  9. CDC Surveillance Report, op. cit.

  10. Ibid.

  11. Arthur J. Ammann, "Pediatric Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection." Immunologic Disorders in Infants and Children. Edited by E.R. Stiehm, H.D. Ochs, and J.A. Winkelstein. Fifth edition, 2004.

  12. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention fact sheet, "Young People at Risk: HIV/AIDS Among America's Youth." Updated March 11, 2002.

  13. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, "HIV/AIDS Special Surveillance Report: Enhanced Perinatal Surveillance United States, 1999-2001." No. 4, 2004.

  14. Marc Santora, "U.S. Is Close to Eliminating AIDS in Infants, Officials Say," The New York Times. January 30, 2005.

  15. United States Senate Appropriations Committee, S. Rpt. 100-189, 1987.

  16. Health Resources and Services Administration. "2001 Ryan White CARE Act Title IV Data Slides."

  17. Title IV was reauthorized in the Ryan White CARE Act Amendments of 2000, however, a legislative drafting error incorrectly amended the years of authorization.

  18. Conference Committee on Consolidated Appropriations Bill, FY 2004. H. Rpt. 108-401. Jan. 2004.

  19. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Inspector General, "Reducing Obstetrician Barriers to Offering HIV Testing." Pgs. 12-13, April 2002.

  20. Health Resources and Services Administration. Letter from Betty Duke, Administrator, to CDC/HRSA Advisory Committee on HIV and STD Prevention and Treatment. May 7, 2004.





  
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This article was provided by AIDS Alliance for Children, Youth and Families. It is a part of the publication Renewing the Commitment: The 2005 Reauthorization of the Ryan White CARE Act.
 

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