• Ending the HIV Epidemic Initiative reflects on 40 years of HIV/AIDS

    In the 40 years since, HIV and AIDS treatment and prevention has come so far. VA is currently part of the Ending the HIV Epidemic Initiative which aims to reduce new HIV infections by 75% by 2025.

  • Study: Men with HIV at greater risk of abnormal lung function

    Dr. Ken Kunisaki, a pulmonologist at the Minneapolis VA Health Care System, led the study. He was not surprised by the conclusion, given that smaller studies have suggested the same problem. However, “Our large study helped us confirm that this is something we need to pursue further,” he notes.

  • VA helping to end the HIV epidemic, community by community

    VA’s role in the national initiative to end HIV in the US. Sunday is World AIDS Day. VA is ready to assist enrolled Veterans with scientific advances in HIV prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care.

  • For Dr. Puja Van Epps, enabling Veterans to reclaim their health from HIV disease is the most rewarding aspect of her VA career

    The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is the single […]

  • Caring for Veterans with HIV

    Tomorrow, December 1, is World AIDS Day. As the single largest provider of HIV care in the United States, VA is committed to caring for our Veterans with HIV. Here are links to vital information.

  • HIV Testing Day: Step Up!

    HIV Testing Day at a VA Medical Center may help put your mind at ease or save your life. Say yes to the free HIV test.

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