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I. In Washington on July 11, 2010, President Obama announced that he will unveil a new national strategy this week to curb the AIDS epidemic. He will start by slashing the number of new infections and increasing the number of people who get care and treatment. In the report, the administration calls for steps to reduce the annual number of new H.I.V. infections by 25 percent within five years. By 2015, the proportion of people with H.I.V. who know of their condition should be increased to 90 percent, from 79 percent today. The
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Unformatted text preview: new health care law will significantly expand access to care for people with H.I.V., but federal efforts like the Ryan White program will still be needed to fill gaps in services. II. This is a great plan. This is the first time I have ever seen a president do this to fight AIDS and HIV. President Obama says that he will reduce the infection by 25 percent in five years. That is outrageous; this is jus what Americans need to fight the AIDS and HIV viruses....
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This note was uploaded on 08/26/2010 for the course AMERICAN G EMP-101 taught by Professor Joans during the Spring '10 term at Laguna College of Art and Design .

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