Continuum of Care
CDC issues a press release indicating African-Americans and younger people least likely to be successfully treated for HIV
International AIDS Society and the Kaiser Family Foundation will provide free, worldwide online access to AIDS 2012 taking place in Washington, D.C.
Strengthening Labs for a Healthier & Safer World
CDC works with partners around the world to build high quality national laboratory systems and a skilled workforce critical for HIV prevention, care, and treatment.
Dr. Kevin Fenton discusses the use of medicine to prevent the transmission of HIV.
Access CDC data in the form of reports, maps, and other graphics. Currently HIV, AIDS, viral hepatitis, tuberculosis, chlamydia, gonorrhea, and primary and secondary syphilis surveillance data are available.
CDC @ AIDS 2012
This program contains the schedule for more than 100 CDC scientific sessions scheduled at the conference.
Meet the CDC leadership and experts in science, policy, program, and communication at the CDC exhibit.
The official AIDS 2012 conference web site.
AIDS 2012 Topics
For additional information on CDC’s role in the fight against global HIV/AIDS, please view our global HIV/AIDS section.
CDC’s HIV prevention efforts also focus on interrelated health issues, activities, and prevention strategies.
For information on other HIV/AIDS resources and related topics, please see our Related Resources section.
To learn more about HIV/AIDS within the USA, please visit our HIV and AIDS in the United States section.
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