Effort to end new HIV infections by 2030

Maricopa County is one of 48 counties with the highest rate of new HIV/AIDS infections. The Maricopa Integrated Health System is joining an effort to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030, hoping to get to the point of no new HIV infections by then. Dr. Ann Khalsa, medical director of MIHS’s McDowell HIV/AIDS Healthcare Center, talks to Arizona Horizon about the plan to achieve that goal.

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Dr. Ann Khalsa, medical director of MIHS’s McDowell HIV/AIDS Healthcare Center

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