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The consequence of the federal government's current spending priorities is, regrettably, that poor people can't access high-quality health care and that African-Americans don't encounter enough targeted outreach about HIV/AIDS.

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The U.S. cannot devote funding to "lift Americans out of poverty or significantly improve health care for those living with HIV/AIDS.


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Meme Livengton

African Americans face the most severe burden of HIV of all racial/ethnic groups in the United States. Despite representing only 14% of the US population in 2009, African Americans accounted for 44% of all new HIV infections in that year. Compared with members of other races and ethnicities, African Americans account for a higher proportion of HIV infections at all stages of disease from new infections to deaths. The socioeconomic issues associated with poverty, including limited access to high-quality health care, housing, and HIV prevention education, directly and indirectly increase the risk for HIV infection and affect the health of people living with and at risk for HIV infection.

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