CDC’s Faces from the Frontlines featured at Atlanta Airport

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The Ending the HIV Epidemic Fund

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Today we have a unique, once-in-a-generation opportunity to leverage data, scientific tools, and technology to eliminate HIV in the United States by 2030.

The national initiative Ending the HIV Epidemic: A Plan for America (EHE) is focused on the highest burden 48 counties, Washington, DC, and San Juan, Puerto Rico, as well as seven states with the highest rural HIV burden. These jurisdictions together account for more than 50 percent of new HIV diagnoses in recent years.

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is leading the EHE initiative, an integrated effort involving multiple federal health agencies. This plan aims to reduce the number of new HIV diagnoses by 75 percent within five years and by at least 90 percent within 10 years.

Success requires the involvement of the public, philanthropic and private sectors. The CDC Foundation’s Ending the HIV Epidemic Fund is designed to build on and extend public funding, enabling individual and organizational donors to support this historic opportunity to eliminate HIV in the United States.

Priority areas of need include:

  • Digital education strategy and campaign: Developing a national strategy to reach those most vulnerable to HIV through digital platforms, coordinating with state and local partners for maximum impact.
  • Innovative models of community care: Designing disruptive care delivery systems that deliver comprehensive, evidence-based prevention and treatment services.
  • Rural access to care and treatment: Providing high-impact and high-priority treatment and care in rural communities, utilizing readily accessible services and technologies, such as community-based pharmacies and telemedicine.

The CDC Foundation is actively seeking funding partners in support of this initiative to end the HIV epidemic in America by 2030. To learn more, contact Helene Erenberg at the CDC Foundation at herenberg@cdcfoundation.org or 404.443.1139.

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Eliminating HIV in The United States

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Development of Antiretroviral Rings for HIV Prevention

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Development of Antiretroviral Rings for HIV Prevention
United States of America
To evaluate a topical HIV prevention product using a nonhuman primate, repeat low dose model to define activity and toxicity of an intravaginal ring product.

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HIV Trial Network

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HIV Trial Network
Thailand
To facilitate the formation of a HIV Trials Network to advance research, therapy and prevention. If the interventions in the clinical trials are determined safe and effective, they will add to the options available to prevent and control these diseases of global significance.

Walgreens Donates Funds to Support the CDC Foundation’s Sustainable Healthcenter Implementation PrEP Pilot

Following last year’s impactful collaboration between Walgreens and the CDC Foundation addressing the Zika outbreak, the two organizations are once again working together to help address another public health challenge—HIV prevention. To help extend the CDC Foundation’s important research and demonstration project, Walgreens made a donation today to help fund the CDC Foundation’s Sustainable Healthcenter Implementation PrEP Pilot (SHIPP) study.

Clinical Trials Unit for HIV/AIDS and TB Research

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Clinical Trials Unit for HIV/AIDS and TB Research
Bangkok, Thailand
Thailand
To facilitate formation of a Clinical Trials Unit for HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis research to advance therapy and prevention. If the interventions in the clinical trials are determined safe and effective, they will add to the options available to prevent and control these diseases of global significance.
Emory University (National Institutes of Health)
CDC's National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD and TB Prevention

AIDS and Kaposi’s Sarcoma in Uganda

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AIDS and Kaposi’s Sarcoma in Uganda
Uganda
To perform Human Herpesvirus-8 (HHV-8) diagnostics on specimens from a UCSF study on antiretroviral therapy for patients with AIDS and Kaposi’s sarcoma in Uganda.
University of California San Francisco
CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases
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