King County Board Of Health To Reduce New HIV Infections

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King County Board of Health endorsed a strategy to reduce new HIV infections in King County by 25% by 2015. There are approximately 370 new HIV infections in King County each year, and the Board resolved to support a strategy that places the greatest emphasis on people at highest risk for HIV infection. The goal is to reduce new infections to 280 cases per year within eight years.

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