More Than 200 Scientists, Researchers Sign Open Letter Opposing Trump Administration’s Proposed FY19 Cuts To Global HIV/AIDS Programs

Washington Blade: Trump’s global AIDS cuts has 200+ scientists ‘gravely concerned’
“A group of more than 200 HIV scientists and researchers have come out against the drastic cuts President Trump has proposed for major global AIDS programs. In an open letter made public Wednesday on the final day of the annual Conference on Retroviruses & Opportunistic Infections in Boston, the co-signers say they’re ‘gravely concerned’ about reductions to global AIDS programs in the FY19 budget request…” (Johnson, 3/7).

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