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September 2012
Policy and Advocacy
IDSA, HIVMA Urge Congress to Protect Public Health Funding

Automatic, across-the-board budget cuts to all federal agencies would devastate the nation’s public health infrastructure and biomedical research, IDSA and the HIV Medicine Association (HIVMA) told congressional leaders in a recent letter. IDSA and HIVMA called on Congress to stop the cuts, including those to the National Institutes of Health and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Read IDSA’s full letter (PDF).

Visit IDSA’s “Take Action” webpage now to urge your representatives in Congress to protect federal funding for public health, prevention, and medical research.
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