U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator Talks With Reporters
November 12, 2010
"PEPFAR has shown that indeed one disease responded to with significant resource infusion can have outcomes that have changed the way we think about global health," U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator and PEPFAR Administrator Eric Goosby told reporters in Washington, DC, on Nov. 10, Stephen Kaufman writes on America.gov During the conversation with reporters, Goosby described the success of PEPFAR to date and the increased emphasis on shifting PEPFAR from "its initial emergency focus" to what Goosby described as "'a more stable, sustained response.' ? 'We're lean and clean in our ability to deliver more with fewer people and for less money,' he said," according to America.gov (11/10). Reporter John Donnelly writes on the Center for Global Health Policy "Science Speaks" blog about Goosby's comments on circumcision in Africa and the integration of HIV/AIDS services with family planning (11/11).
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