Making Trumps Anti HIV Plan Work Is Not So Easy

Making Trumps Anti HIV Plan Work Is Not So Easy

Making Trumps Anti HIV Plan Work Is Not So Easy

President Donald Trump's call for ending the HIV epidemic in the 10 years during his State of the Union address last week was lauded by HIV clinical experts who credited his willingness to call attention to an epidemic that still infects almost 40,000 people a year.

Over 1 million Americans are now living with HIV.

It is hard to describe the feeling that came over me on Tuesday night as I watched President Trump pledge to "defeat AIDS in America" during his State of the Union address.

But new infections often cluster in certain "high-risk" communities, added Dr Robert Redfield, director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Federal government scientists have been coordinating for months on the new plan, which combines broader efforts to stem transmission of HIV with better treatment for people who are already infected.

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The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has released a plan that will use a combination of prevention and treatment to eliminate 90 percent of new HIV cases in the United States by 2030.

In 2017, 38,739 people received an HIV diagnosis in the United States and its territories.

President Trump's plan to cease the transmission of the United States will concentrate on 48 counties the place about half of the recent infections happen, administration officers mentioned on Tuesday.

HIV is the virus that causes AIDS.

The 48 counties HHS is focusing on are mainly metro areas.

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"We've never had that kind of 'This is the target, '" Dr. Anthony Fauci, the government's pre-eminent AIDS warrior and head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said to the AP.

"The goal to end the U.S. HIV epidemic is more than aspirational - it is achievable", Zuniga said.

Last week, Governor JB Pritzker signed an executive order to take action to end the HIV epidemic and reduce health disparities by ensuring the state is investing in agencies, programs, and services that work to end the HIV epidemic. Today, there are over 1.1 million people living with HIV and almost 40,000 new diagnoses each year.

Millions of people worldwide have died from HIV, but the advent of potent antiretroviral drug cocktails in the mid-1990s revolutionized care, keeping viral levels down to undetectable levels and stopping the onset of Aids. The black community accounted for 43 percent of all HIV diagnoses in the US despite making up 13 percent of the USA population. By 2030, the goal is fewer than 100 new HIV cases per year or "functional zero" -a point where the HIV epidemic can no longer sustain itself. They said reducing new HIV infections would require addressing problems that hinder access to healthcare for those with HIV, such as increasing health insurance coverage, reducing the impact of socio-economic health determinants, and eliminating existing stigmas of those living with the virus.

Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), a prevention pill and program that is up to 99 percent effective at preventing HIV infection when utilized consistently and correctly, is helping reduce the spread of HIV. Whether it's rolling back Medicaid expansion, dismantling the Affordable Care Act protections for people living with pre-existing conditions, banning people living with HIV from serving in the military or the Peace Corps, trying to take away access to HIV medications for seniors on Medicare, changing the Public Charge rule to impose a de facto HIV ban and financial litmus test on immigrants coming to the United States, or any of the numerous discriminatory actions taken against LGBTQ people living in the country, the Trump administration has shown over and over again that it is not our friend and is not to be trusted.

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