The Health Resources and Services Administration today awarded $117 million in grants to expand HIV prevention and treatment services in high-risk areas as part of the administration’s plan to end the HIV epidemic. The awards include $63 million in Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program grants and $54 million in health center grants. 

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