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Thursday, July 6, 2017

Section: TPCA & Beyond, June/July 2017

(from HRSA)

HHS has officially changed the name of, the federal government’s leading source for information about HIV, to The change coincided with the 36th anniversary of the Centers for Disease Control's first report of the initial cases of what would become known as AIDS. It reflects major scientific advances that have transformed an almost universally fatal disease to a condition that, if diagnosed and treated early and continuously, can be controlled and prevented from progressing to AIDS. More people are living with HIV in the United States today than are living with AIDS. The name change embraces the way most people now search online for information about the disease.

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