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e-HAP keeps you informed about the latest releases from CDC on HIV and related topics.

2014 State Progress ReportState Progress Report
This is the first annual report highlighting state-level baseline information on six HIV prevention and care indicators, the national estimates, and the 2015 national goals.

Lady using computerHIV Surveillance Supported by the Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention
Updated information on the HIV surveillance systems that DHAP currently supports. The data inform and guide the critical decisions that ensure HIV prevention funds are directed to the most affected populations.

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and Answers

Questions and answers about how to prevent the transmission of HIV in a variety of situations.

Image of a young man kissing a young womanNew FOA Announcement
PS15-1502 Comprehensive High Impact HIV Prevention Projects for Community Based Organizations.

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About 80% of people with HIV who inject drugs also have hepatitis C virus (HCV). HIV coinfection more than triples the risk for liver disease, liver failure, and liver-related death from HCV.

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About the Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention (DHAP)

Image of a CDC buildingThe Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention (DHAP) is charged with the mission of preventing HIV infection and reducing the incidence of HIV-related illness and death. DHAP works to accomplish this mission through its campaigns, surveillance, programs, and research. Find out more at About DHAP and CDC Responds to HIV.


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