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4 Scientists Present HIV, TB Research At Capitol Hill Event

Center for Global Health Policy’s “Science Speaks”: In wake of proposed cuts, physician scientists present HIV, TB research, response, results Antigone Barton, senior editor and writer of “Science Speaks,” discusses an event on Capitol Hill during which four physician scientists — Myron Cohen, Col. Nelson Michael, Gerald Friedland, and Rochelle…

CGD Blog Post, Podcast Examine Potential Impact Of Trump Administration’s FY18 Budget Blueprint

Center for Global Development’s “U.S. Development Policy”: Putting Foreign Aid Cuts in Context Jared Kalow, research assistant at CGD, discusses the Trump administration’s¬†budget blueprint and its potential impact on the international affairs budget, writing, “Put funding for the 150 account in context, and you better understand the broader trend [of…

U.S. Rep. Lee Denounces Trump Administration’s Proposed FY17 Reduction Options For PEPFAR; HHS Secretary Price Defends Recommended Cuts To NIH

CBS SF: White House Proposes Immediate Cuts To Pell Grants, HIV Research, Food Assistance “The Trump administration isn’t waiting until 2018 to try to slash federal spending that it has deemed unnecessary. The White House is proposing an immediate $18 billion in cuts to government programs that promote education, scientific…

Patient-Centered Counseling Important Factor In Getting ‘AIDS Denialists’ Into Care

The Conversation: How AIDS denialism spreads in Russia through online social networks Peter Meylakhs, associate professor and senior research fellow at the International Centre for Health Economics, Management and Policy at the Higher School of Economics; Yadviga Sinyavskaya, researcher at the Higher School of Economics; and Yuri Rykov, junior research…

U.S. Congress Should Continue To Support, Fully Fund PEPFAR To Reach AIDS-Free Generation Goal

Minneapolis Star Tribune: Keep fighting AIDS ‘until the job is done’ Editorial Board “…PEPFAR is now in the budget cross hairs of the young Trump administration. The president’s so-called ‘skinny budget’ proposal for [FY 2018]¬†recommends dramatic cuts to medical research, health and human services programs, and the State Department, among…

IAS Releases 2017 Annual Letter

International AIDS Society: Annual Letter 2017: Strong Science, Bold Activism In this annual letter, IAS discusses its work in 2017, including its commitment to scale up HIV prevention strategies, strengthen resources and funding, and reduce the cost of medicines and treatment. IAS Executive Director Owen Ryan writes, “If 2016 served…