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Medical College of Wisconsin recognized for AIDS intervention research
Date:1/28/2009

on that informs state and local HIV prevention programs about what works for preventing HIV infections and includes a total of 57 interventions.

Reducing the burden of HIV and AIDS is a challenge, and sometimes an uphill battle. Indeed, CDC estimates that approximately 56,000 new HIV infections occurred in 2006 (the most recent year that these data were available). The Medical College is working together with the CDC and other policy makers to help change the course of the HIV epidemic in the United States.


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