CDC Awards $42M To Bolster HIV/AIDS Prevention Efforts
On Tuesday, CDC awarded $42 million in grants to 133 community-based organizations to support HIV/AIDS prevention efforts. The awards target high-risk populations, such as blacks, Hispanics, men who have sex with men and injection drug users, according to CDC. The average award is about $323,000 annually for five years.
- "Federal Government Announces $42 Million in HIV Prevention Grants" (Pecquet, "Healthwatch," The Hill, 8/3).