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A large national survey shows smaller HIV epidemic in Nigeria than once thought and highlights key gaps

A large national survey shows smaller HIV epidemic in Nigeria than once thought and highlights key gaps

CDC and partners released new evidence that provides, for the first time, robust data to help the country focus on providing services to the areas of greatest need to control the HIV epidemic.

CDC and partners release new evidence on the economic impact of noncommunicable disease prevention and control programs and policies, informing noncommunicable disease strategies globally.

International network explores the economics of noncommunicable diseases

CDC and partners release new evidence on the economic impact of noncommunicable disease prevention and control programs and policies, informing noncommunicable disease strategies globally.

With over 60 years of expertise in fighting diseases, CDC plays a critical role in helping Ministries of Health in partner countries build strong, sustainable programs that respond effectively to the HIV/AIDS epidemic.

CDC's Role in Global HIV Control

With over 60 years of expertise in fighting diseases, CDC plays a critical role in helping Ministries of Health in partner countries build strong, sustainable programs that respond effectively to the HIV/AIDS epidemic.

Advancing the Global Health Security Agenda: CDC Achievement…

Advancing the Global Health Security Agenda: CDC Achievement…

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