AIDS Project Los Angeles Condemns Cuts to California AIDS Prevention Funding
AIDS Project Los Angeles on Tuesday condemned the cutting of more than $5 million in HIV prevention funding in the new California state budget, unveiled just weeks after the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention adjusted its estimate of annual new HIV infections upward by 40%. Another $1.3 million was cut from other HIV programs, including housing assistance, early intervention, and HIV counseling and testing.New HIV Infections Increasing in Gay and African-American Communities
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