Does Funding for HIV and Sexually Transmitted Disease Prevention Matter?
Harrell W. Chesson,
Carol R. Scotton and
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Harrell W. Chesson: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Paul Harrison: Federal Reserve Board
Carol R. Scotton: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Beena Varghese: Centre for Health and Population Research
Evaluation Review, 2005, vol. 29, issue 1, 3-23
Since the onset of the AIDS epidemic, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has allocated several billion dollars for the prevention of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) in the United States. Using state-level data from 1981 to 1998, the authors found that greater amounts of prevention funding in a given year are associated with reductions in reported gonorrhea incidence rates in subsequent years. The authors conclude that funding for STD and HIV prevention, on the whole, appears to have a discernable impact on the incidence of STDs.
Keywords: HIV; sexually transmitted diseases; gonorrhea, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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