The recent New England Journal of Medicine Perspective article authored by Wafaa El-Sadr, Miriam Rabkin, and others was cited in a Health & Science article in the Washington Post.

“A decade ago, the number of U.S. infections was declining substantially each year, but that stopped in 2013. Since then, about 39,000 people have become newly infected every year, which prompted the CDC this year to declare the nation’s progress in preventing HIV has stalled. A recent commentary by four top public health and AIDS experts, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, reports that more than two-thirds of new infections occur among those who are poor or who are ethnic, racial or sexual minorities.

Read the full article on the Washington Post website

 

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