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President Obama’s Legacy of Leadership on HIV/AIDS

By Jeffrey Crowley

[avatar user=”jsc26″ size=”thumbnail” align=”left” link=”” target=”_blank” /] Many of us were surprised last year when President Trump announced in the State of the Union address that he was committing the United States to ending the domestic HIV epidemic over the next decade, by which he meant that his Administration would work to cut annual new […]

Thematic Areas: Infectious Diseases


President Says We Can End the HIV Epidemic in 10 Years: What I Hope to See in His Plan

By Jeffrey Crowley

I had the privilege of serving as President Obama’s first HIV/AIDS Advisor and I led the process of creating our country’s first comprehensive National HIV/AIDS Strategy in 2010.  The Strategy was a five-year plan that was updated in 2015. Yesterday, President Trump acknowledged our country’s great strides and said that his budget will commit the […]

Thematic Areas: Infectious Diseases


This World AIDS Day Might Feel Different — And It Should

By Jeffrey Crowley

As the former director of the White House Office of National AIDS Policy where I helped launch the first comprehensive National HIV/AIDS Strategy to combat the domestic HIV epidemic, I’m often invited to give talks to a variety of groups.  I primarily address issues related to the domestic landscape of HIV and I do that […]

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