In December 2014, the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDSreleased the  ’90-90-90’ Initiative with the goals of 90% of all individuals with HIV knowing this diagnosis, 90% of those diagnosed on treatment, and 90% of those on treatment achieving suppression of their virus. Modeling suggests that achieving these targets by 2020 will enable the world to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030, which in turn will generate profound humanitarian, health and economic benefits. 

Status of Alabama towards the 90-90-90 Goals:  Currently, almost 40% of all individuals infected with HIV in Alabama are still not suppressed, meaning their virus is not under complete control with medication.  A plan to achieve these targets will require a broad strategy, including improving access to care; enhancing prevention, treatment, and research opportunities. 

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