Is the USA on track to end the HIV epidemic?

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Vincent Guilamo-Ramos






The United States has set an ambitious goal of ending the U.S. HIV epidemic by 2030. While the U.S. Ending the HIV Epidemic (EHE) initiative draws on a powerful toolbox of effective HIV prevention and treatment options that are available today, their reach continues to be unacceptably limited among groups experiencing the greatest HIV inequities. For communities left behind, new HIV infections are: inadequately decreasing, stagnating at elevated levels, in some cases increasing, or too often invisible. Without accelerated progress, the 2030 goal will soon be out of reach. The video outlines actions needed in four priority areas to get the country back on track to meet the EHE initiative’s 2030 goal.

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