Democratic Presidential Nominee Clinton Launches Plan To Reach Goal Of AIDS-Free Generation

OUT Magazine: Hillary Pledges ‘An AIDS-Free Generation’ With Plans to Back HIV-Preventative Drugs
“The Hillary Clinton campaign launched a comprehensive plan to tackle HIV/AIDS on its website [Tuesday], laying the groundwork for extensive backing of Truvada in all its forms, as well as other strategies to help create the first AIDS-free generation since the epidemic began over 30 years ago. … Clinton, who is no stranger to the fight against AIDS as both first lady and senator of New York, calls for the dramatic expansion of the President’s Emergency Plan For AIDS Relief as part of her new platform, which includes more widespread education about and access to pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP)…” (Heching, 8/2).

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