Where do the 2016 Presidential Candidates stand on critical HIV/AIDS issues?
From AIDS United
March 15, 2016
HIV, once an almost universally fatal disease, can now be managed as a chronic medical condition. New and improved medications, expanded health coverage options, and an updated understanding of the relationship between treatment, care, and prevention have created a new paradigm for the HIV epidemic in the United States- and the promise of ending new infections. The next five years provide an incredible window of opportunity to fast-track the response and finally end the HIV epidemic.
To better understand how presidential candidates will take advantage of the moment to seek an end to the HIV epidemic, a coalition of more than 50 organizations sent a survey to all of the candidates who were running for president at that time. Candidates responses have been published without edits. The non-partisan coalition of organizations that created this survey do not endorse any candidate or political party.
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Presented By: AIDS Foundation of Chicago, AIDS United, amfAR: The Foundation for AIDS Research, Health GAP, Project Inform, Southern AIDS Coalition, Southern HIV/AIDS Strategy Initiative, Treatment Access Expansion Project and United States People Living With HIV Caucus and supported by these 50 organizations.
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