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Role of Foundations in Responding to HIV/AIDS

The article “Ending an Era of Denial,” published in the March/April 2004 edition of Foundation News & Commentary explores the role of foundations in responding to HIV/AIDS in the U.S. and globally. The article, co-authored by Jennifer Kates, Director of HIV Policy at the Kaiser Family Foundation and Drew Altman, PhD., President and CEO of the Foundation provides an overview of Kaiser’s work related to HIV/AIDS to illustrate the many ways that foundations can help to make a difference in the battle against the epidemic.

“Ending an Era of Denial”

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