HHS grants target HIV/AIDS care

April 2001
AHA News;04/16/2001, Vol. 37 Issue 15, p4
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Reports the fiscal 2001 grants announced on April 10, 2001 by the United States Health & Human Services to help poor and uninsured individuals with HIV/AIDS. States which will share in the fiscal 2001 grants funded under Title II of the Ryan White CARE Act.


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