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CDC Newsletter Highlights Work In Tanzania, Including On HIV, Global Health Security

CDC’s “Around the World”: CDC Tanzania: Working Together to Save Lives The latest issue of CDC’s “Around the World” newsletter highlights a collection of resources about the CDC’s work in Tanzania, including activities focused on HIV and strengthening epidemiological capacity in the country (1/21).

Continued U.S. Support For PEPFAR, New Partnerships Vital To Help Treat, Prevent Cervical Cancer Among Women Living With HIV, Opinion Piece Says

The Hill: Collaboration is key to reaching women at risk for cervical cancer Crystal Cazier, program manager for the Global Health Initiative at the George W. Bush Institute “…Go Further, a partnership between the George W. Bush Institute, the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), UNAIDS, and Merck, works…

More News In Global Health

AFP: Climate change to take centre stage at Davos (1/21). Devex: Q&A: New MSF President Christos Christou sets out his leadership priorities (Root, 1/20). Devex: Cash transfers disrupted in Zimbabwe, NGOs warn of food shortages (Jerving, 1/20). Financial Times: Scientists in race to protect humanity from future pandemics (Cookson, 1/21).…

UNAIDS Feature Story Discusses HIV/AIDS Response In Thailand

UNAIDS: Turning the tide of the HIV epidemic in Thailand This piece discusses the history of the HIV/AIDS response in Thailand and highlights the Thai Red Cross AIDS Research Centre’s work in addressing the epidemic (1/17).

More News In Global Health

AFP: Pakistan says Facebook to help in fight against polio (1/16). AP: U.N. report lays out agonies faced by Syrian children amid war (Keaten, 1/16). BBC News: HIV infections among gay and bi men fall by 73% in U.K. (Haigh, 1/16). Borgen Magazine: Measles Outbreak in the DRC: Treatment and…

IAVI Launches Online Data Portal On Early HIV Infection In Sub-Saharan Africa

IAVI: IAVI Makes Available Unique Dataset and Samples from Pioneering HIV/AIDS Study in Africa to Researchers “[On Tuesday,] IAVI, a nonprofit scientific research organization dedicated to addressing urgent, unmet global health challenges, announce[d] the launch of IAVI DataSpace, an open-access, online portal to a one-of-a-kind dataset from a study of…

Coordinated Strategy Needed To Ensure HIV-Exposed, HIV-Uninfected Children Can Reach Full Potential, Opinion Piece Says

The Conversation: New estimates show 14.8 million children globally are HIV-exposed but uninfected Amy Slogrove, senior lecturer in pediatrics and child health at Stellenbosch University, and Kathleen M. Powis, assistant professor at Harvard Medical School “…We found that in 2018 there were 14.8 million children who were HIV-exposed and uninfected…