HIV prevention : progress to date
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HIV prevention : progress to date

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      The science is clear: HIV prevention can and does save lives. Scores of scientific studies have shown that well-designed prevention programs can significantly reduce HIV risk; HIV transmission rates have dropped dramatically; and prevention efforts have contributed to significant declines in new infections in multiple populations over time. In addition, more Americans are being tested for HIV than ever before. While the HIV crisis in the United States is far from over, substantial progress has been made in combatting the HIV epidemic to date. This document highlights several indicators of success, including the latest data on trends in new HIV infections, HIV transmission rates, HIV testing rates, and models estimating the lives and resources saved through U.S. prevention efforts.
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