United State Of Women Summit Highlights HIV Prevention, Care Among Women, Girls Nationally, Globally

White House Blog: HIV Among Issues Examined During White House’s United State of Women Summit
Amy Lansky, director of the Office of National AIDS Policy, and Caira Woods, senior policy adviser to the Office of National AIDS Policy and Office of National Drug Control Policy, discuss highlights from last week’s United State of Women Summit, including a high-level discussion on the progress and challenges of addressing HIV in women and girls and how the U.S. is responding to HIV globally and nationally. In addition, “Following [one of the panel discussions], we were treated to a sneak preview of the forthcoming Greater Than AIDS campaign, Empowered: Trans Women & HIV. The new public information campaign from the Kaiser Family Foundation seeks to bring greater understanding to the issues faced by transgender women in relation to HIV risk, prevention, and care” (6/23).

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