The President's 2014 Budget is a comprehensive plan that reduces the deficit and puts the Nation on a sound fiscal course, and makes strategic and science-based investments in Federal efforts to address the HIV epidemic.
As part of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy, as we move forward with our research agenda we must engage in serious discussions on the criteria, risks and ethics involved in all our studies, including the idea of stopping antiretroviral therapy in individuals who may be “cured.
March 8, 2013 at 2:43 PM ET by Carl W. Dieffenbach, Ph.D., Anthony S. Fauci, M.D.
Ronald Valdiserri and Grant Colfax discuss the role science plays in helping us achieve the vision of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy as well as some of the important findings being announced at 2013 Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections.
On Wednesday, ViiV Healthcare announced it would grant a voluntary license to enable low-cost supply of a key pediatric HIV medicine in the 118 countries in which 98.7% of all HIV-positive children reside. Voluntary licenses like this one play an important role in making affordable HIV medicines available in developing countries and stimulating innovation for those markets.
March 1, 2013 at 2:15 PM ET by Robynn Sturm Steffen
On November 30th at 3:00 p.m. ET join us for a special session of White House Office Hours with Senior Advisor Valerie Jarrett and Gayle Smith, Senior Director, National Security Council in honor of World AIDS Day 2012.
Grant Colfax travels to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention headquarters to present at Public Health Grand Rounds, an ongoing series of monthly presentations on health-related topics pertinent to the health of Americans, and discusses implementation of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy (NHAS).
August 24, 2012 at 12:00 PM ET by Dr. Grant Colfax
The AIDS Memorial Quilt is an enduring symbol of the lives that have been lost to this epidemic. First started in 1987, the quilt now contains the names of more than 94,000 of individuals who have died of AIDS on more than 47,000 panels.
To mark the 2012 International AIDS Conference, which is being held in Washington, D.C this week, the Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Development and Democracy for the National Security Staff shares the impact HIV/AIDS has had on her own life
To mark the 2012 International AIDS Conference, which is being held in Washington, D.C this week, the Director of the White House Domestic Policy Council shares the impact HIV/AIDS has had on her own life
To mark the 2012 International AIDS Conference, which is being held in Washington, D.C this week, the Director of the Office of Management and Administrationshares the impact HIV/AIDS has had on his own life
The International AIDS Conference comes to the U.S. for the first time since 1990- thanks to bipartisan action by Presidents Obama and George W. Bush and the Congress to lift the ban on people living with HIV entering the United States. Thirty thousand participants are expected to attend.
One enduring symbol of the lives that have been lost is the AIDS Memorial Quilt. To mark the International AIDS conference, a section of the Quilt was put on display in the White House where visitors can stop and remember the human toll that this disease has taken, and how far we’ve come as a country in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
Since President Obama announced the National HIV/AIDS Strategy in July 2010, the Department of Justice, under the leadership of Attorney General Eric Holder, has taken unprecedented steps to enforce civil rights laws that protect the rights of persons living with HIV or AIDS and to educate the public on these issues.