Could we end HIV by 2030? Trump is set to announce ambitious plan during SOTU
6 monthes ago - By Daily Mail
Donald Trump is expected to announce a plan to 'end the HIV epidemic by 2030' in his State of the Union address tonight. It sounds wildly ambitious, but it is not - depending on what he means by 'end'.
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Top stories in infectious disease: FDA to review two Merck antibacterial agents, Trump announces goal to end HIV epidemic in the US
6 monthes ago - By Healio
Among the top stories in infectious disease last week were the FDA's acceptance of a new drug application for two Merck antibacterial agents meant to treat complicated UTIs and intra-abdominal infections and President Donald J. Trump's announcement of a goal of ending the HIV epidemic in the US by 2030.
Other highlights included a report of a new platform that delivers same-day antibiotic susceptibility testing, data that concluded the influenza vaccine was 38% effective overall during the 2017-2018 influenza season in the US and 22% effective against the predominant circulating
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