White House Releases Presidential Proclamation Commemorating World AIDS Day 2018

White House: Presidential Proclamation on World AIDS Day, 2018
The White House last week released a statement by President Trump commemorating World AIDS Day and highlighting U.S. efforts nationally and internationally to address the epidemic. The proclamation states, “With American leadership, the HIV/AIDS pandemic has shifted from crisis toward control. … For the first time in modern history, we have the ability to sustainably control an epidemic, despite the absence of a vaccine or cure, and create a future of flourishing, stable communities in the United States and around the globe” (11/30).

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