Preventing HIV/AIDS in the U.S.
HIV/AIDS, hepatitis, substance abuse, and mental health. After the presentations, panelists responded to audience members' questions. Carl Schmidt moderated.
A series of presentations were made about the Centers for Disease Control’s HIV/AIDS prevention program in the United States. Topics included budget and allocation; examples of prevention interventions; and the need for the CDC to support integrated service models for
HIV/AIDS, hepatitis, substance abuse, and mental health. After the presentations, panelists responded to audience members' questions. Carl Schmidt moderated. close
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Marjorie J. Hill Chief Executive Officer Gay Men's Health Crisis
Suzanne Miller Associate AIDS Institute->Public Policy
Carl Schmid Director AIDS Institute->Federal Affairs
Julie Scofield Executive Director National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors
Richard J. Wolitski Representative Centers for Disease Control and Prevention->Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention
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