CDC looks to double its HIV prevention budget

09/18/2008 | Bay Area Reporter (San Francisco)

The CDC would need twice its current budget for HIV prevention to mount an optimal program in the U.S., according to the agency's top officials, who testified Tuesday before a congressional hearing. The CDC would use the additional funds to increase people's awareness of their HIV status and projects it could reduce the number of new infections by 50% over the next 12 years.

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