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    Federal Funding

    HIVMA encourages a comprehensive response to HIV/AIDS in the United States through adequate funding for HIV research, prevention, care, treatment and provider training and resources.

    HIVMA's Latest Policy Activity on Increased Federal Funding

    03/28/2014

    HIVMA FY2015 House LHHS Appropriations Testimony

    HIVMA leaders weigh in on fiscal year 2015 budget priorities, urging the highest possible funding levels for HIV treatment, prevention and research.
    12/30/2013

    HIVMA and IDSA Weigh In with the Administration on FY2015 Funding Priorities

    IDSA and HIVMA weighed in on the Administration’s finalization of the FY 2015 PBR and discussions with Congress over a long-term deficit reduction plan, requesting that the biomedical research and public health functions of the federal government are made whole with pre-sequestration funding levels for relevant agencies.
    10/28/2013

    IDSA-HIVMA Letter to FY14 Budget Conferees

    IDSA and HIVMA weighed in with the FY14 Budget Conferees urging the work towards a Fiscal Year (FY) 2014 Budget Resolution that returns the public health and biomedical research functions of the federal government to pre-sequestration levels.
    09/18/2013

    HIVMA Testimony for Special Committee on Aging (PDF)

    In conjunction with HIV and Aging Awareness Day, the Senate Special Committee on Aging is convening a hearing on HIV and Aging (Wednesday, September 18, 2013 2:00pm in Dirksen 562).  HIVMA Board Chair, Dr. Michael Horberg, submitted a written statement for the record, emphasizing the importance of continued robust support for research on HIV and aging, as well as continuation of the Ryan White program.

 

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