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National HIV/AIDS Strategy

photo of the White HouseThe White House has issued a National HIV/ AIDS Strategy (NHAS) for the United States. The strategy reflects many of the approaches CDC believes will make the greatest difference in reducing HIV, such as intensifying prevention for individuals with HIV and those at highest risk of becoming infected with HIV, and targeting resources to the interventions and areas where we can have the greatest impact. CDC embraces this strategy and will work to ensure its HIV Prevention Strategic Plan is consistent with – and responsive to – the NHAS.

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CDC Reports

Improving HIV Surveillance and Prevention Intervention Efforts among Hispanic or Latino Migrant Communities in United States-Mexico Border States: Arizona, California, New Mexico and Texas
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Improving HIV Surveillance Among American Indians And Alaska Natives in the United States
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Effective HIV Surveillance Among Asian Americans and Native Hawaiians and Other Pacific Islanders
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