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Chair of HIV Medicine Association Responds to President Biden’s Proposed Budget, Funding to End HIV as an Epidemic

“President Biden’s budget proposal, with a request for $670 million for expanded access to antiretroviral treatment and pre-exposure prophylaxis -- PrEP -- to prevent HIV transmissions as well as improved access to routine and critical health services, represents a $267 million increase over funding for the current fiscal year. President Biden’s budget reflects a meaningful commitment to accelerating the work of ending HIV as an epidemic. This commitment, along with requests for significantly increased support for public health and research, is a welcome framework for building a stronger, healthier and more equitable America. We look forward to more details of the plan.”

Rajesh Gandhi, MD, FIDSA, Chair, HIVMA

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