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MILESTONES IN THE U.S. and VIRGINIA HIV EPIDEMIC. Virginia. Virginia. 1981. 1983. 1989. 1987. 1991. 1993. 1995. 1997. 1999. 2001. 2003. 2005. 1985. 1982. 1986. 2006. 1984. 2000. 2002. 2004. 1998. 1988. 1990. 1994. 1992. 1996. CDC launches its Business Responds

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1981

MILESTONES IN THE U.S. and VIRGINIA HIV EPIDEMIC

Virginia

Virginia

1981

1983

1989

1987

1991

1993

1995

1997

1999

2001

2003

2005

1985

1982

1986

2006

1984

2000

2002

2004

1998

1988

1990

1994

1992

1996

CDC launches its

Business Responds

To AIDS program

Arthur Ashe

announces he

has AIDS

AIDS Clinical

Trial Group

Study 076 shows

perinatal HIV

transmission

can be

greatly reduced

with ZDV

treatment

VDH convenes

Community

Planning Committee

to establish HIV

prevention priorities

VDH funds

Prevention

For Positives

grant

program

CDC recommends

every person

aged 13-64

get tested for

HIV

VA is one of 3

states nationally

to participate

in the

Geographic

Information

Systems HIV

Surveillance

Enhancement

Initiative

In VA,

average length

of client

enrollment in

ADAP reaches an

all time high of

48 months

CDC announces

its Advancing HIV

Prevention Initiative

to reduce HIV

incidence

Surgeon General

mails Understanding

AIDS brochure to

every US household

Universal Precautions

established for

health care

workers

VDH conducts first

Regional AIDS trainer

course

Oral fluid

testing is

initiated

through 9

pilot sites in

VA

2,742 patients

served through

ADAP

35 medications

available on the

formulary

VDH establishes

grant program to

address HIV

among men who

have sex with

men

VDH convenes

The AIDS Drug

Assistance Program

(ADAP) Advisory

Committee

HTLVIII

virus is now

termed HIV

VA health

departments

begin offering

HIV antibody

test

VDH funds

AIDS Service

organization

(ASO) grant

program

Congress

passes Ryan

White

C.A.R.E

Act

CDC estimates

1,000,000

people are

living with

HIV in the

U.S. and 25%

of people who

are infected

do not know it

CDC funds

prevention

programs

through

Health

Departments

FDA licenses

first

antibody test

VA funds 4

anonymous

test sites

VDH establishes

AIDS hotline

Rock Hudson dies

from AIDS

CDC establishes

national AIDS

hotline

AIDS becomes a

reportable disease

in VA

First cases of

AIDS identified

In the U.S.

FDA approves

OraQuick

rapid antibody

test

VDH receives

CDC funding

for the

Incidence

and Resistance

Project

First AIDS

case reported

in VA

All major routes

of transmission

are identified

Oral fluid rapid

testing approved

by FDA

Over 9 localities

served by VDH

Minority AIDS

Projects

Over 3,500 people

with HIV served

through Title-II

funded consortia in

VA

CDC funds VDH for

the National Behavioral

Surveillance Project

and the Medical Monitoring

Project

Magic Johnson

announces he has

HIV

VDH funds regional

consortia to provide

care and support services

to people with HIV

FDA approves

first Protease

Inhibitor

VA has second

highest increase

in national AIDS

cases

VA requires all

pregnant women

to be counseled

and offered

testing

VA expands

Minority AIDS

Projects to 3

additional sites

U.S. sees

first

decline in

AIDS deaths

VDH initiates

High Risk

Youth and

Adults

prevention

grants

First VA

pediatric

case reported

CDC launches

America Responds to AIDS

public information campaign

HIV testing in VA is

expanded to TB, Maternity

& Family Planning clinics

VDH initiates reimbursement for

ZDV, AZT for low-income persons

CDC commends VDH for its HIV

counseling & testing programs

VDH funds

Capacity Building

grants to support

newly formed,

rural and minority

ASOs

Perinatal AIDS

cases drop to

an all time low

VDH funds

prevention

services through

faith-based

organizations

First 100,000

AIDS cases

reported in US

HIV becomes a

reportable condition

in VA

VA reports more than

1,000 cases in a year

Prepared by the Division of Disease Prevention, 2006


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