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Reflecting on Global AIDS Response in 2012

January 4, 2013

U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator Ambassador Eric Goosby, who heads the Department of State's Office of Global Health Diplomacy, reflects on progress made in the global AIDS response over the last year in the State Department's "DipNote" blog, writing, "Through the contributions of many partners, a new day has dawned in the global AIDS response ... Today, while the fight is far from over, we are on the road to achieving an AIDS-free generation." He continues, "As we enter the tenth year of PEPFAR, we do so filled with great hope for a future where an AIDS-free generation is, as [Secretary of State Hillary Clinton] stated, not just a rallying cry -- it is a goal within our reach. And I am confident that 2013 can be another extraordinary year" (1/3).

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