Researchers Criticize AIDS Spending, Stigma
February 7, 2011
"Despite a more than 53-fold increase in AIDS funding in barely over a decade, the epidemic continues to outpace the rate at which programs are delivering," according to a new UNAIDS-commissioned report.
Collectively known as the aids2031 Consortium, the report's two-dozen authors were asked to review progress on how the world has tackled HIV/AIDS. They were then to determine changes needed to radically reduce the number of infections and deaths by 2031 -- 50 years since the AIDS virus was first reported.
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