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SASI Update-The Continuing HIV Crisis in the US South, commissioned by SASI and compiled by the Duke Center for Health Policy and Inequalities Research, contained an in-depth analysis of HIV care and prevention funding to the South* and the 9 … Continue reading
The Southeastern United States continues to experience the highest rate of new HIV/AIDS infections in the country confirms a new report, SASI Update-The Continuing HIV Crisis in the US South. This report highlights 9 targeted southern states that have been … Continue reading
November 28, 2012: SASI has released a new report SASI Update-The Continuing HIV Crisis in the US South—an update to last year’s report that highlights the continued disproportionate effect of HIV in the US South. Click here to read SASI’s press release, calling … Continue reading
Eighty-eight national, state, and community-based organizations have signed on to SASI’s Call to Action urging the Administration to create a State of the South Task Force. See the list of Sign-on Organizations here.