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    White House Unveils Plan to Fight AIDS
    Andie_WebMD_Staff posted:
    The Obama administration on Tuesday committed itself to cutting the nation's stubborn HIV infection rate by 25% over the next five years.

    There won't be any money earmarked to the new strategy, at least not yet, but it is a plan long in the making and will set some direction.

    The goal is part of a new national HIV and AIDS strategy released by the White House. It seeks to stem the spread of the virus and extend effective AIDS drugs to more of the estimated 1.1 million Americans living with the disease.

    The strategy calls for an intensified effort to target....

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    Andie_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Our Health Expert, David Malebranche, has asked for your comments/opinions on President Obama's new HIV strategy to share with other experts while at the International HIV/AIDS Conference this week.

    This is your health being discussed here and new policies are being made. Now is the time to speak up for change.

    Please take a look at this article and leave your comments here. You don't realize how important YOUR opinions are!


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