Reflecting progress and lessons since the release of the first U.S. National HIV/AIDS Strategy in 2010, the White House released a plan for the next five years with a focus on testing, comprehensive care, universal viral suppression, and full access to pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) services for those at high risk. Continuing to prioritize key affected populations and geographic areas, the strategy incorporates scientific and policy advances that have occurred since 2010, including:|
For more on the updated strategy, and to download a copy, visit AIDS.gov National HIV/AIDS Strategy overview. See the HIVMA statement on the strategy release here.
- Implementation of the Affordable Care Act
- New HIV testing tools and recommendations
- Research demonstrating treatment benefits including the START and HPTN 052 trials
- Agencies' approval of and guidelines for PrEP
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