By Secretary Kathleen G. Sebelius On the repeal of the HIV entry banToday we publish a rule in the Federal Register announced that the United States drop HIV from the list of diseases, except for visitors from entering this country, effective 1 January 2010 tablet cialis .Although the United States is a world leader when it comes to ending the stigma of HIV / AIDS, we were one of only 12 countries that policy nor policy nor the myth that HIV / AIDS is a threat. Lifting the HIV entry ban represents the same blow against stigma that Ryan White himself fought since he was 13 years old and contracted HIV / AIDS. It is appropriate that the nation is taking the final step, signed travel ban travel ban as President Obama the fourth reauthorization of the Ryan White CARE Act -. The ability to travel freely and have access to affordable health care should be accessible to everyone. This change was long in coming, and I am glad that it’s happening now.
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