What's Really Needed to Stop HIV's Spread

As scientific breakthroughs show promise in halting the progression of HIV in humans, a new Trump administration initiative aims to end transmission of the virus by 2030. McAllaster told The New York Times and Los Angeles Times that any plan to stop HIV/AIDS must focus on Southern states, where the majority of new cases are concentrated, and increase access to care and preventive treatment for marginalized communities while avoiding further stigmatizing them.

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Carolyn McAllaster

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Clinical Professor of Law Carolyn McAllaster is director of the HIV/AIDS Policy Clinic and founder of the Health Justice Clinic. She is a board member of the Southern AIDS Coalition.

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