Obama announces $100M HIV cure initiative

12/3/2013 | National Public Radio · Reuters

The Obama administration will shift $100 million from existing programs to a newly announced initiative to find a cure for HIV. President Barack Obama also signed an extension of the President's Emergency Program for AIDS Relief and said the U.S. would donate $5 billion over the next three years to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and malaria if other countries contribute $10 billion.

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