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National HIV/AIDS Strategy for the United States: Updated to 2020

Download this publicationThe Nation’s first comprehensive National HIV/AIDS Strategy for the United States was released in 2010, and in the subsequent five years, people and organizations have joined together around its vision and goals. The Strategy has changed the way the American people talk about HIV, prioritize and organize prevention and care services locally, and deliver clinical and non-clinical services that support people living with HIV to remain engaged in care.

This is the first update of the Strategy , which is designed to look ahead to 2020. The Update reflects the hard work accomplished and the lessons learned since 2010. Moreover, it incorporates the scientific advances that could one day bring the United States, and the world, closer to virtually eliminating new HIV infections, effectively supporting all people living with HIV to lead long and healthy lives and eliminating the disparities that persist among some populations. JSI/2015

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