Political Correctness Allows HIV to Spread, New Book Argues (May 13, 2008)
In a new book, Elizabeth Pisani claims that international HIV organizations are wasting their time talking about politically correct concepts like gender issues and victimization, rather than focusing on the direct causes of HIV transmission: unprotected sex and injection drug use.
In The Guardian
HIV Getting Too Much of World's Attention and Money, Analyst Says (May 10, 2008)
In a contentious article published in one of the world's top medical journals, Roger England accuses international organizations like UNAIDS of doing too much to fight HIV, at the expense of fighting other diseases and improving health systems in poor countries.
A Conversation About HIV With Bill Clinton (PDF) (September 2005)
The former U.S. president talks about the work that's been done to prevent and treat HIV in Africa, Asia and Latin America -- and about the tremendous amount of work that remains.
In AIDS Patient Care and STDs
Dear Global Fund and United States: Stop Fighting! (November 19, 2004)
The San Francisco Chronicle chastises both parties for their recent bickering in Africa over who should be primarily responsible for saving the world from HIV.
In San Francisco Chronicle
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