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    More actions against AIDS promoted by the United States

    More actions against AIDS promoted by the United States

    On World AIDS Day, the Biden-Harris administration flexed on all US losses. and throughout the world for HIV/AIDS-related diseases, and recognize the progress they have made in the fight against this disease with the goal of eliminating it completely by 2030.

    Through a statement, the Biden administration noted that they remain committed to the implementation of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy (NHAS), which was announced last year and which aims to end the HIV epidemic at home and abroad. A new strategy is also being launched to guide President Biden’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) globally.

    “This disease remains a serious public health challenge and we join the international community in honor and remember the more than 36 million peopleincluding 700,000 Americans, who have tragically perished from AIDS-related illnesses since the start of the pandemic,” said President Joe Biden.

    The steps the administration has taken in its efforts against HIV/AIDS are the launch of the Federal NHAS Implementation Plan, Published in August 2022, it details more than 380 actions that agencies are implementing to meet the goals.

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    The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) directed funds and resources to the populations and regions with the greatest need. The Office of Infectious Disease Policy (EHE) promotes innovative community-driven solutions that take advantage of scientific advances in the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and outbreak of HIV. In addition to supporting equitable access to HIV services for people at risk of contracting the disease.

    President Biden requested $850 million in his budget for fiscal year 2023, to reduce new cases of HIV / AIDS in order to increase prevention and care programs, as well as guarantee equitable access to services. In addition, the president proposes the creation of a national program

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    The president also proposed the creation of a National PrEP Program at a cost of $9 billion over 10 years, to ensure the program is free of charge for everyone who is uninsured or underinsured.

    The President’s Program of Emergency AIDS Assistance (PEPFAR) is launching a new five-year strategy to revitalize the US global response to HIV/AIDS. Their goal is to end the disease by 2030.

    President Joe Biden led a historic seventh replenishment for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, raising $15.7 billion to end the disease.

    PEPFAR platforms are helping to protect and promote global achievements on HIV/AIDS, while building more resilient health systems and supporting global responses to COVID-19.

    ONAP called for modernizing HIV-specific criminal laws and their prosecution, making sure they are backed by the latest scientific evidence. The Department of Justice continues to vigorously enforce the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) to combat HIV discriminationand the Department of Defense has updated its policies on HIV-positive personnel providing services.

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    It is important to note that President Biden signed an executive order on LGBTQI+ civil rights which strengthens federal coordination to improve health equity by protecting the access of LGBTQI+ people to health services. He also tackled violence experienced by transgender women of color throughout the country and that has led to the murder of some.

    The Office of AIDS Research at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has issued its five-year Strategic Plan to allocate funds that advance the HIV research agenda. The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) evaluates three experimental HIV vaccines based on a technology used in several approved COVID-19 vaccines.

    Source: La Opinion

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