Quarter 1 2022
Special CDC APR Edition – New Analysis Highlights CDC’s Pivotal Role in the Global Fight Against HIV

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Even in the face of a pandemic, the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) continues to save millions of lives as a leader in the global response to HIV. To date, PEPFAR has saved more than 21 million lives, and helped nearly 19 million people get access to life-saving HIV treatment in 2021 alone. As a key implementing partner, CDC plays a critical role in these efforts – bringing scientific and on-the-ground expertise to bear in the fight against HIV. In fact, a new analysis shows that, in 2021, CDC’s global efforts to treat and prevent HIV contributed to more than half of all key* PEPFAR outcomes.
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