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AIDS In America
AIDS was first identified in the USA in 1981. The epidemic has now spread to every part of the USA and to all sectors of society.
It is estimated that more than one million people are living with HIV in the USA and that more than half a million have died after developing AIDS.
Half of all new infections in the United States occur in people 25 years of age or younger.
People living with AIDS: By late 2005, the CDC estimates that among the people in the United States living with AIDS in America that:
By late 2005, most likely the causes of infection among adults and adolescents living or became infected with HIV in the United States are listed among:
59% infected by men having sex with men (MSM)
20% infected by injecting drug users (IDU)
11% infected exposed through heterosexual contact
8 % infected by by both (MSM) and IDU
1 % infected by other / unknown risk.
65% infected exposed through heterosexual contact
33 % infected by injecting drug users (IDU)
3 % infected by other / unknown risk.
MMA Mission on AIDS
Until there is a cure, MMA will empower people living with HIV to make informed decisions about their healthcare by informing them about the latest research and treatment information to them. MMA will advocate for accessible, affordable, and effective treatment options available to their conditions.
Acting as a catalyst for the creation and the establishment of innovative HIV/AIDS research in minority communities and will concentrate its efforts and resources in promoting and disseminating information about clinical trials available to minorities, immigrants and other concerned groups
Creating a Pastoral Task Force to provide counseling, missionary visits, and support to families and AIDS victims.
Working in collaboration with other HIV/AIDS service organizations to provide updates and training to staff as well as participants.
Creating effective networking groups among organizations and ministries
Developing national Advocacy programs to support minority communities and the overall affected population.
Creating regional support groups to ensure that regional needs are factored into the national dialogue about HIV/AIDS.
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