Press Releases

Sequestration Impacts HIV Care in United States

October 31, 2013

"If these cuts continue, they will certainly lead to increased infections, more deaths, and higher healthcare costs."

Click here to read the press release and view the report.

New Logo, Events Planned for National HIV/AIDS & Aging Awareness Day

September 17, 2013

“We are excited to launch the new NHAAAD logo. We feel it represents the target population and demonstrates a message that embraces and cares for adults over 50 living with or at risk of HIV.”

The AIDS Institute Applauds President Obama for Continuing a Strong Commitment to Domestic HIV/AIDS

July 15, 2013

"Today’s action by the Obama Administration recognizes the importance of improving the HIV care continuum not only for the health of the individual but for society has a whole as we collectively work to end AIDS."

July Update: The AIDS Institute Issues Coverage Guide for National HIV Testing Day

The Coverage Guide has been updated for July. Please click here: Coverage Guide or click the PDF below.

Senate Maintains Strong Commitment to Domestic HIV/AIDS Programs

July 10, 2013

“We are grateful that during these difficult budgetary times, Chairman Harkin and his colleagues realize...the need to provide care and treatment to people living with HIV/AIDS."

National HIV Testing Day Action Alert!

Thursday, June 27th: 


 Tell your Senators to fully support programs vital to people living with HIV/AIDS!

Domestic HIV programs cut $375 million; $1.1 billion more at risk due to House budget

June 21, 2013

"If the cuts outlined in the House of Representative’s budget are applied across the board, an additional $1.1 billion would be cut, according to an analysis issued today by The AIDS Institute."

Obama Administration Ensures Continued Access to Medications for AIDS Patients

May 21, 2013

"The Obama Administration has taken an extraordinary step to ensure approximately 8,000 low-income people with HIV/AIDS in the United States can continue to access their life-saving medications through the AIDS Drug Assistance Program."

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