UCLA's Infectious Diseases Chief Discusses the State of HIV/AIDS in America

Dr. Judith Currier, chief of the UCLA Division of Infectious Diseases and associate director of the UCLA CARE Center, was featured Oct. 9 on a Larry King Now panel discussion on the current state of HIV/AIDS in the United States.

In 1987, 68% of Americans named HIV/AIDS as the most urgent health problem facing the nation. In 2012, it was 10%. Larry welcomes an expert panel to discuss the state of HIV/AIDS in America: how close we are to a cure, the prevailing stigma, and why – when 1.2 million Americans live with HIV – the fight to end the epidemic has lost its steam.

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