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Obama Administration Unveils National AIDS Strategy

September 28, 2010

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After three years of rigorous grassroots advocacy, the Obama Administration will release the country’s first National HIV/AIDS Strategy on Tuesday, July 13. The unprecedented plan sets forth an ambitious agenda to effectively address the domestic U.S. HIV epidemic.

 

Tuesday afternoon, administration officials will brief the public on the main features of the Strategy and will hold a reception to honor representatives from more than 200 HIV/AIDS organizations from around the country.

“This day marks the culmination of years of hard work and commitment from the HIV/AIDS community,” said AIDS Foundation of Chicago (AFC) President and CEO Mark Ishaug. “We thank the President and his staff for delivering on their promise of developing a National HIV/AIDS Strategy and for doing so in a manner that is inclusive of so many diverse voices. Now we must transform the document’s inspiring vision into reality – and that will be no small task.”  Read more at aidsconnect.net

 

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