U.S. Military’s HIV Prevention Program Responds To Disease In American Troops, Assists Other Militaries

Defense Video Imagery Distribution System: The U.S. Military’s Global Fight Against HIV/AIDS: Spreading Cooperation While Stopping the Spread of Disease
Rick Shaffer, director of the U.S. Department of Defense HIV/AIDS Prevention Program (DHAPP) at the Naval Health Research Center, discusses the U.S. military’s efforts to respond to HIV in U.S. troops and globally, describing the history of and progress made by DHAPP “to provide assistance to partner militaries around the world with their HIV prevention, care, and treatment programs” (Kowitz, 12/5).

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