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  • Research shows the reduction and elimination of HIV and AIDS results in a more stable and secure military force. The DOD's HIV AIDS Prevention Program (DHAPP) team seeks to build partnerships around the world through medical security.​
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  • The U.S. Military’s Global Fight Against HIV/AIDS: Spreading Cooperation While Stopping the Spread of Disease
    SAN DIEGO – The U.S. military has always played a leading role in combating infectious diseases. During the Revolutionary War, General George Washington understood the potential for contagious diseases to devastate his troops and ordered that members of the Continental Army be inoculated to prevent smallpox.
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  • DHAPP Staff Host World AIDS Day Event at NHRC
    SAN DIEGO – Staff from the DoD HIV/AIDS Prevention Program (DHAPP), which is headquartered at the Naval Health Research Center (NHRC), hosted a World AIDS Day awareness walk Dec. 1.
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  • Navy Researchers Earn Top Honors in Publications and Professional Development
    Three Navy researchers received national recognitions this month, demonstrating Naval Health Research Center's (NHRC) quality teamwork and expertise across the spectrum of research and development.
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