Funding for HIV/AIDS Detection
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This paper discusses a reform process that effectively targets HIV/AIDS detection. The paper explores the state assembly process in New York with the intention of isolating a reform strategy that will be effective at the macro and micro levels. The paper focuses on the legislative processes and what needs to be understood even before the reform processes are implemented.
From the Paper:"Creative Writing in Social Work: A Proposal for Micro and Macro Development Funding Issues for HIV/AIDS in New York Part I. Introduction and Statement of Problem HIV/AIDS affects an unknown number of individuals within New York State. Health Commissioner Antonia C. Novello indicates that "many people with HIV still do not know their HIV status and many people are still receiving their HIV diagnosis when they have already advanced to AIDS" (Novello, 2005; 1). This creates a scenario in which HIV/AIDS planning as an aspect of community health care is impeded; HIV can be treated and maintained in a remission state if diagnosed at an early stage in its process. However, if not diagnosed or left untreated, HIV will evolve into AIDS, which in turn not only reduces the likelihood of the patient's survival but also is high-cost and resource-intensive for the health care community."
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