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New Jersey Department of Health Signs on to U=U

“There are more than 37,000 residents in the state living with HIV and while we have made great progress in reducing the incidence of HIV, there is still so much more work to be done,” Gov. Phil Murphy said. “I am calling on all stakeholders to join the Department of Health to work strategically to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic.” As a first step toward ending the epidemic, the New Jersey Department of Health is joining the Rutgers School of Public Health and more than 780 organizations across the nation to support the Undetectable = Untransmittable (U=U) campaign.

“The Department is proud to collaborate with the Rutgers School of Public Health to spread awareness about the U=U science and will encourage stakeholders and other state agencies to help us promote this campaign,” Health Commissioner Dr. Shereef Elnahal added.”

Read more at nj.gov.

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