As the global war on HIV/AIDS continues to grow, there have been focused efforts in HIV-transmission prevention work and preventative intervention design and implementation in the developing world. However, domestic needs are also ever present and rising. In published remarks made during the 2009 National HIV Prevention Conference held in Atlanta, GA, Kathleen Sebelius, the U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services, stated that "while we've made strides in Africa and around the world, our progress here in the US has stalled." Reflective of this stalled progress are recently observed upticks in domestic HIV infection rates, specifically across several…
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