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NEW JERSEY: Cooper Health System Awarded $292,500 for HIV Intervention Services


Gloucester County Times (04.08.12) - Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Camden-based Cooper Health System has been awarded $292,500 to support early HIV intervention services for outpatients. With the funding, Cooper Hospital will work to improve its handling of HIV/AIDS cases in South Jersey by providing comprehensive care and support. The US Department of Health and Human Services' Health Resources and Services Administration made the award; the money is made available through the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program.


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