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Occurrences in the Congressional Record

Entry Title Date
Alzheimer’S December 2, 2014
John Garamendi, D-CA
"HIV/AIDS, nearly $3 billion on HIV/AIDS—have we solved the problem? No, but we have certainly figured out how people can live with HIV/AIDS, and we are probably going to see a vaccine sometime in the near future. This is what we are currently spending—nearly $3 billion—on "
In Commemoration Of The 26Th Annual World Aids Day And Of Aids Awareness Month December 1, 2014
Alcee Hastings, D-FL
"In the United States, more than 1.2 million people are currently living with HIV, with almost one in seven (14 percent) unaware of their infection. We also know that the burden of HIV infection continues to fall greatest on men who have sex with men (MSM), African Americans, Hispanics/Latinos, and young people, who account for the majority of the approximately 50,000 new HIV infections each year."
In Support Of World Aids Day 2014 December 1, 2014
Yvette Clarke, D-NY
"Today, more than 35 million people worldwide are living with HIV/AIDS. Of the 35 million, 1.2 million are in the United States and almost 1 in 7 Americans—that’s 14 percent—are unaware of their infection."
The Extraordinary Cost Of Alzheimer’S November 19, 2014
John Garamendi, D-CA
"Change this little purple, bring it back up perhaps to $2 billion a year, as we do with HIV/AIDS, cardiovascular, and cancer. Spend the research money. We are close in many, many ways across this Nation with programs that are under way."
In Recognition Of Donald Frazier Maciver, Jr., Champion Of Lgbt Veterans November 12, 2014
Charles Rangel, D-NY
"In the last fifty years, Donald has worked tirelessly to advance the dignity and equal treatment of GLB service members and veterans. In 1993, Donald was arrested at the White House for his nonviolent civil disobedience in protest of the implementation of the U.S. military’s discriminatory “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy. Donald has also served as a volunteer consultant on proper treatment and dignity for those living with HIV and AIDS. His contributions to the HIV/AIDS community include time as the Chair of the Community Advisory Board of the New York University Medical School, NYU Langone Medical Center, and Bellevue Hospital Center HIV/Hepatitis/Infectious Diseases Research Networks, and volunteer consultancy to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Office of Public Health/Clinical Public Health. In 2011, Donald was awarded a Certificate of Appreciation from the VA Office of Public Health/Clinical Public Health for his “dedicated service and commitment to improving the care provided to our nation’s veterans.”"

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