Baltimore HIV Initiative to Cut Infections 25 Percent by 2015

Baltimore has ambitious plans for its public health sector in the next three years: By 2015, city officials plan to cut new HIV/AIDS infections by 25 percent. While public funds are limited, government leaders say they're confident that the detailed plan, which seeks to reallocate placement of intervention programs and revamp city programs, will reduce the transmission of a disease that has plagued Baltimore for decades. The city announcement comes just in time for World AIDS Day, celebrated...Full Story
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