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To end the HIV epidemic, public health, criminal justice, and legislative systems must work together to ensure that laws protect the community, are evidence-based and just, and support public health efforts.
June 5, 2021 marks 40 years since the first official reporting, in CDC's Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR), of five cases describing what later became known as Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) and what is now HIV Stage III. On this 40th anniversary, we remember the more than 32 million people who have died from HIV worldwide since the start of the global epidemic, and the 38 million people currently living with HIV.
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The PHACS website has brand new content reflecting our new structure and work together - take a look around!
The PHACS Spring Meeting was held virtually on May 5, 6, and 7, 2021. The presentations can be found in the Network Meeting documents folder. The audio and video recordings will be made available at a later date.
SAVE THE DATES:
The PHACS Fall Leadership Meeting is scheduled to take place virtually on October 26-27, 2021. Virtual retreats for the Study Coordinators, CAB and PUG will be scheduled separately. Additional information will be made available in late summer.
We hope to hold our larger network meeting in Spring 2022 and are currently working to secure meeting space for our group with dates in April or May 2022. Stay tuned to this space for updates. We expect to include in-person retreats for the Study Coordinators, CAB and PUG.
With your Frontier Science (FSTRF) login, you can view the membership of these groups on FSTRF's website: