Responding to President Obama’s proposed budget for the 2013 fiscal year, IDSA raised concerns earlier this month about proposed cuts in immunization programs, state and local public health preparedness, and the Prevention and Public Health Fund, as well as policies that discourage research. IDSA’s full response is online.
The president’s budget makes important investments in domestic HIV programs but falls short in committing the resources necessary to put us on course to end AIDS globally, HIVMA noted in a statement. More analysis of the budget’s implications for the global response to HIV is available on Science Speaks, the blog of the Center for Global Health Policy.
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