Well Implemented, President Obama's National HIV/AIDS Strategy Is Precisely What Is Needed to Further Control HIV/AIDS
During the 2008 campaign, a coalition of AIDS service organizations and advocates called upon all candidates for the Presidency to develop a National HIV/AIDS Strategy to address serious gaps in progress against HIV/AIDS. As a candidate, the future President Obama pledged that his administration would develop a Strategy and, since his election, the White House has actively solicited advice from people living with HIV and community groups on what should be contained in the Strategy. Project Inform has served as a member of the Steering Committee of the Coalition for a National AIDS Strategy and has provided significant advice as to what we believe this much needed document should contain.View Full Article
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