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Advocates: Trump’s proposed budget cuts are a ‘white flag of surrender’ in global HIV/AIDS fight

On the day before World AIDS Day, the White House put out a statement saying “we reaffirm our ongoing commitment to end AIDS as a public health threat.” Advocates are waiting — and hoping for — that same sentiment to materialize into policy.
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