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Prevention Studies In 2016 Set the Stage for Progress

Research | January 9, 2017 Read the full post
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It is fitting that in the year that we marked the 35th anniversary of the first recognition of what would come to be known as HIV, we’ve taken major steps toward revolutionizing how we could prevent this disease. In 2016…

Seizing Opportunities in Viral Hepatitis Can Save Lives

Cross-posted from HHS Blog

Summary: Dr. Richard Wolitski describes federal opportunities for addressing viral hepatitis. Early this month, I had the pleasure of speaking to Viral Hepatitis Prevention Coordinators from state health departments across the nation, sharing highlights of federal activities that complement and…

ICMYI: World AIDS Day and Toward 2017


As the team reflects on 2016 and looks forward to 2017, today we recap our World AIDS Day 2016 posts. From the White House The White House published a blog post marking both domestic and global successes in the…

Connecting with Twitter influencers to build your community

New Media | January 3, 2017 Read the full post

How can you can gain access to a wider network and build your community on Twitter? By creating relationships with relevant people and organizations in the HIV/AIDS community that already have large Twitter followings! In doing so, not only do…

Southern Forum Addresses HIV among Gay and Bisexual Men of Color


HIV continues to take a heavy toll in the southern United States. Southern states represent 33 percent of the U.S. population, but accounted for an estimated 44 percent of people living with an HIV diagnosis and 50 percent of new…

Digital Media Blogs: Best of 2016!

New Media | December 27, 2016 Read the full post

Editor’s Note: The weekly digital media blog shares how we observe and use digital tools to amplify HIV messages. As we wrap up 2016, here are the five blogs that were most popular with you, our reader. Go Social…

AIDSinfo Adds Investigational Therapeutic HIV Vaccine Information to Website

“What is PRO-140?” “In what phase of study is injectable cabotegravir?” “How do latency-reversing agents work?” Answers to all of these questions can be found in the AIDSinfo Drug Database. The database is a federal resource that includes information on…

With Gratitude and Thanks

Cross-posted from The White House Office of National AIDS Policy - Blog

Summary: ONAP reflects on our work and the end of the Obama Administration. As the Obama Administration comes to a close, I wanted to share a few reflections on the work of the Office of National AIDS Policy. I am…