‘We Have A Lot Of Work To Do,’ Says Head Of HIV + Hepatitis Policy Institute
CDC Puts Yearly Infections At 35,000
Progress in reducing HIV infections has plateaued in the US. But with bipartisan support, federal funding and momentum in drug development there is reason for optimism, says HIV + Hepatitis Policy Institute executive director Carl Schmid.
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