Global Epidemic, U.S. Response: A Winning Strategy, What You Can Do
The global effort against the AIDS epidemic is stalling on the issue of resources. The main reason is that the U.S. Congress is not hearing from constituents that they care about the epidemic in poor countries (where about 90% of the cases are located); many other countries follow the U.S. lead in how seriously they take the global epidemic. About 10,000 letters to Congress per month would make all the difference -- one letter from every 25,000 Americans. We analyze why it has not happened so far -- and how to change the course of the worldwide response to AIDS.
Treatment Interruption: Erroneous Press Report
A July 20 press report on structured treatment interruption erroneously said it does not work.
Vaccines: Major Conference Sept. 5-8 in Philadelphia
AIDS Vaccine 2001, one of the most important AIDS conferences of the year, takes place next month in Philadelphia.
IAS Buenos Aires Conference: Medscape CME Summaries
Three excellent summaries from the recent Buenos Aires conference report on current patient management, new treatments, and complications of HIV disease.
FDA: New Email List on HIV/AIDS
Now there is a single source for all AIDS-related announcements from the FDA.
Science Project Director Wanted -- Treatment Action Group (TAG)
TAG, a leading activist organization, is seeking a scientific policy director.
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