Georgia has been removed from a cutting-edge federal program designed to spot trends in HIV infections.
The state had been participating in the program for the past three years, but the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention stopped Georgia’s funding this year, CDC officials confirmed Thursday.
Of course, boo-freaking-hoo that this program has been cut. Except I’ve figured out where the trends are: among those who have unprotected sex and share needles in the use of illegal drugs!
Wow, analysis complete…and for free, no less!
[UPDATE 22 August 2008]: From the Rogue109 Laboratories, our Chief Scientists have determined the way to stop the spread of HIV: stop using drugs and having unprotected sex.