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Putting prevention advances to work
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    National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention (U.S.). Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention.
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    From the director -- A snapshot of the U.S. HIV epidemic -- 2015 year in review: 1. Delivering high-impact prevention; 2. Understanding the impact of HIV; 3. Advancing HIV prevention research; 4. Raising awareness, engaging communitiles -- Molecular surveillance: a powerful tool for understanding HIV transmission -- FY HIV funding at CDC -- DHAP leadership -- CDC HIV resources.

    CDC released an analysis showing that HIV diagnoses fell by 19 percent over the past decade, driven by dramatic declines among heterosexuals, people who inject drugs, and African American women and heterosexual men. CDC also reported that, thanks to sustained testing efforts, the proportion of Americans with HIV who know their status has reached an all-time high of 87 percent. Meanwhile, implementation of the Affordable Care Act continued to increase access to critical HIV testing, prevention, and care services nationwide.

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