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HHS's Kaye Hayes and CDC's Dr. Eugene McCray Discuss Highlights From 2018 USCA

September 7, 2018

Our coverage from the 2018 U.S. Conference on AIDS continues (USCA) as Kaye Hayes, the Executive Director of the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS at the HHS, and the Deputy Director of the Office of HIV/AIDS and Infectious Disease Policy at HHS, talks with Eugene McCray, MD, Director of Centers of Disease Control's (CDC) Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention. Dr. McCray shared highlights of the conference from a CDC perspective including how using HIV surveillance data improves HIV prevention and care services in communities and states (Data to Care) and other tools. Watch the video.



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If you would like to see more from Dr. McCray, watch the video from the 22nd International AIDS Conference when he discussed findings being presented by CDC researchers at the conference, other HIV prevention research shared at the conference, and his personal reflection on what how it feels like to be at this conference at this stage of the epidemic.

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[Note from TheBodyPRO: This article was originally published by HIV.gov on Sept. 6, 2018. We have cross-posted it with their permission.]


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