"Exportation of the insurance model to developing countries, especially at a time of global austerity, institutionalizes the retreat from the social contract at just the moment when investment in infectious diseases could result in the elimination of...
"The return on investment in this epidemic has been high," Allison Webel writes. "HIV is now a chronic, rather than fatal, disease throughout the world. New infections are dropping, and we are closer than we have ever been to achieving our goal of th...
President Trump's budget is viewed as "dead on arrival" by members of Congress, notes Drew Gibson. But don't be fooled, he says: Killer HIV funding threats are not going away -- and here's what you need to do about it.
Trump Sends Chilling Proposal to Congress With Deadly Proposition: Cap HIV Treatment Expansion Immediately
Trump wants to slash funding for the wildly successful and bipartisan-backed President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) by $300 million and "begin slowing the rate of new patients on treatment in FY 17."
"New projections about what is needed to end the AIDS epidemic make completely unrealistic and unreasonable expectations about what low- and middle-income countries can and will pay -- suggesting a dangerous donor strategy in the face of high stakes,...
How will we get the funds to make HIV treatment accessible to all who want it, scale up HIV prevention and advance on human rights? UNAIDS offers the views of five advocates.
What would you be willing to pay for a cure for HIV? We bring you five fresh perspectives, from science to the streets.
The Children Are Watching Us: Children Orphaned by the AIDS Crisis Need Our Intervention
Imagine how you would feel, and what you would think if a group of destitute children were seated or standing in every session of this year's World Economic For...
Translating Science Into Service Delivery to Achieve Clinton's Vision of an AIDS-Free Generation
In this post in the Huffington Post's "Impact" blog, U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator Ambassador Eric Goosby responds to Secretary of State Hillary Rodham C...
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