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The Public Health Service strategic plan to combat HIV & AIDS in the United States

  • Published Date:

    1992

  • Language:
    English
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  • Alternative Title:
    The Public Health Service strategic plan to combat HIV and AIDS in the United States
  • Description:
    Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) is a fatal infectious disease caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). People with HIV infection may develop multiple opportunistic infections, suffer diminished mental capacity, and require frequent hospitalization. Many are unable to support and care for themselves or for those who depend on them. At the present time, no vaccine can protect people from HIV infection, and there is no cure for AIDS. The AIDS epidemic was recognized in the United States more than a decade ago. Of all AIDS cases that have been reported worldwide, almost half have been in the United States. Between June 1981 and June 1992, more than 230,000 AIDS cases and more than 152,000 AIDS-related deaths in the United States were reported to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). More than 90 percent of these cases represented young adults in the prime of life.
  • Content Notes:
    Foreword -- Preface -- Introduction -- Role of the Public Health Service in Combatting AIDS -- Guiding Principles -- PHS AIDS Strategies and Strategic Elements: I. Basic Science Research; II. Risk Assessment and Prevention; III. Product Evaluation, Research, and Monitoring; IV. Clinical Health Service Research and Delivery -- Tracking -- Appendix 1: HIV/AIDS Total Federal Spending by Agency Appendix 2: HIV/AIDS Total Federal Spending by Dunction Appendix 3: Federal AIDS Programs and Activities -- Appendix 4: Public Health Service HIV/AIDS Budgets.
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