Amarillo, Texas to Use State Grant for HIV Surveillance Activities
July 16, 2009
The Amarillo, Texas City Commission on Tuesday received a grant from the Texas Department of State Health Services, of which $51,636 will be used for HIV surveillance activities across the Texas Panhandle Region, NewsChannel10.com reports. According to NewsChannel10.com, the "grant supports the investigation, review and reporting of HIV/AIDS positive cases to the State Health Department" (Lemmons, 7/15).
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