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No Time to Lose: Getting More from HIV Prevention
FIGURE C.1 Fiscal Year 1999 federal HIV/AIDS spending.
FIGURE C.2 Fiscal Year 1995–1999 domestic federal HIV/AIDS spending (in billions of 1996 dollars). SOURCE: Nominal HIV/AIDS spending data from Foster et al. (1999). Price deflators provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
among many different departments and agencies within the federal government. The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and its respective agencies account for approximately 75 percent of spending on prevention, research, and treatment. Other departments and agencies outside of DHHS with a role in HIV/AIDS prevention, research, and