Hispanic-Latino HIV Crisis Grows Worse.


"In [last year's] State of the Union Address, [Pres. Donald] Trump promised to reinforce national efforts to end the U.S. HIV/AIDS epidemic by 2030. However, the national public health agenda has neglected the accelerating HIV/AIDS crisis in Hispanic/Latino communities. Progress in the fight against HIV is reflected in aggregate data for the U.S., but data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention raise alarming concerns about widening, yet largely unrecognized, HIV infection disparities among Hispanics/Latinos."

So begins a peer-reviewed commentary published in the American Journal of Public Health and principally authored by Vincent Guilamo-Ramos, professor in the School of Social Work at New York University, founder and director of the NYU Center for Latino Adolescent and Family Health, and...

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