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As a part of its overall public health mission, CDC provides national leadership in helping control the HIV epidemic by working with community, state, national, and international partners in surveillance, research, prevention and evaluation activities.

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2005 National HIV Prevention ConferenceLink Leaves the DHAP Internet Site
June 12-15, 2005 at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta Hotel in Atlanta Georgia.

Advancing HIV Prevention - New Strategies for a Changing Epidemic
This CDC initiative is aimed at reducing barriers to early diagnosis of HIV infection and increasing access to quality medical care, treatment, and ongoing prevention services for those diagnosed with HIV.

Rapid Testing
Includes descriptions of the rapid HIV tests approved by the FDA, how the tests can be implemented in different settings, and research on the effectiveness and possible uses of the tests.


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