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  • HIVMA's Policy on Evidence Based Prevention

    HIVMA will continue to advocate that federal HIV prevention, care and treatment, research and employment policies be grounded in science and not discriminate against people with HIV. Our priorities are to:

    • Support efforts to expand coverage and implementation of routine HIV screening across federal payers
    • Urge adoption of measures to monitor routine HIV screening and to evaluate linkage to care for individuals newly diagnosed with HIV disease
    • Advocate for comprehensive age-appropriate sex education
    • Oppose efforts to ban federal funding for syringe exchange programs
    • Support human rights advocacy efforts against the ongoing persecution and criminalization of gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men (MSM) in the United States and around the world, which undermine efforts to control the global HIV/AIDS pandemic

     

    CDC's Resources on Prevention, Testing, and Access to Care

    Act Against AIDS Campaign
    HIV Testing Recommendations & Guidelines
    Routine HIV Testing Recommendations 

 

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