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Vallerie Wagner, education director, AIDS Project Los Angeles
Pepper Schwartz, professor of sociology, University of Washington
Sarah Brown, CEO, National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy
Three decades since the first documented case of HIV/AIDS, many public health experts are concerned the disease does not evoke the fear it once did. Condom sales have flatlined, and once-ubiquitous safe sex media campaigns have faded.
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The U.S. must adopt a National AIDS Strategy that can drive a more coordinated, accountable, and outcome-oriented response to our domestic epidemic.
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