Kaiser Family Foundation Releases Report Comparing AIDS Responses of U.S., Other High-Income Countries
July 25, 2012
The Kaiser Family Foundation on Tuesday released a report titled, "Responding to AIDS at Home & Abroad: How the U.S. and Other High-Income Countries Compare," (.pdf) which "examines the United States' response to HIV over the last 30 years compared to ... seven other similarly situated nations -- Australia, Canada, France, the Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom," according to the report's webpage. "Key areas examined include governance of the national responses, the roles of affected communities and non-governmental actors, policies relating to HIV testing, prevention, care and treatment, and stigma and discrimination," the webpage states (7/24).
UNAIDS Reports a More Than 50% Drop in New HIV Infections Across 25 Countries as Countries Approach the 1,000-Day Deadline to Achieve Global AIDS Targets
This article was provided by Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. It is a part of the publication Kaiser Daily Global Health Policy Report. Visit the Kaiser Family Foundation's website to find out more about their activities, publications and services.
Add Your Comment:
(Please note: Your name and comment will be public, and may even show up in
Internet search results. Be careful when providing personal information! Before
adding your comment, please read TheBody.com's Comment Policy.)