The State of the HIV/AIDS Epidemic in America
This issue brief, prepared for the Kaiser Family Foundation’s Capitol Hill Briefing Series on HIV/AIDS, provides an overview of AIDS cases and trends in the United States since the beginning of the epidemic, with particular attention to the impact of the epidemic on racial and ethnic minority Americans, women, and young people. In addition, the issue brief presents an overview of the federal response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic, including federal spending and major HIV/AIDS-related laws and initiatives.
Issue Brief (.pdf)
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