What Do We Need to Do to "Get to Zero"?

What Do We Need to Do to "Get to Zero"?

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In the past year, global leaders have put the HIV community's feet to the fire, and their own, by setting the goal of "getting to zero" worldwide by the year 2020. That means zero new HIV infections, zero discrimination and zero deaths from AIDS complications. "Getting to Zero," the theme for World AIDS Day 2011, reflects this call to action. But how are we as a global community going to reach this lofty goal? We asked advocates and people living with HIV/AIDS to share their thoughts.

In the past year, global leaders have put the HIV community's feet to the fire, and their own, by setting the goal of "getting to zero" worldwide by the year 2020. That means zero new HIV infections, zero discrimination and zero deaths from AIDS complications. "Getting to Zero," the theme for World AIDS Day 2011, reflects this call to action. But how are we as a global community going to reach this lofty goal? We asked advocates and people living with HIV/AIDS to share their thoughts.