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People With Undetectable Viral Loads Due To Antiretroviral Therapy Have ‘Effectively No Risk’ Of Sexually Transmitting HIV, CDC Confirms

NBC News: Those With Undetectable HIV at ‘Effectively No Risk’ of Transmitting Virus, CDC Says “Following the lead of hundreds of HIV experts and prevention organizations around the world, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) this week stated there is ‘effectively no risk’ of an HIV-positive person with…

Collection Of Lancet Essays Examines History Of Health In Russia

The Lancet: Health of Russian people after 100 years of turbulent history Lancet Senior Executive Editor Sabine Kleinert and Editor Richard Horton write, “To mark the centenary of the 1917 Russian October Revolution (Nov 7-8 by the Gregorian calendar, which Russia adopted on Feb 14, 1918), we publish eight essays…

USAID Presents 5 Highlights Of U.S. Participation At U.N. General Assembly

USAID/Medium: Five Highlights From USAID at the U.N. General Assembly This article summarizes five highlights from U.S. participation in last week’s United Nations General Assembly, including “1. The President’s First Speech at the U.N. … 2. Funding Announcement: U.S. Provides More Aid for Famine Relief … 3. Funding Announcement: U.S.…

‘Science Speaks’ Highlights Recent News On HIV/AIDS Funding, Treatment, Mexico City Policy

Center for Global Health Policy’s “Science Speaks”: What we’re reading: Leahy on HIV funding, Global Gag Rule costs, and equalizing access to preferred medicines Antigone Barton, senior editor and writer of “Science Speaks,” discusses several recent pieces on global health issues, including a statement from Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) on…

Unitaid Official Discusses HIV Treatment Pricing Deal In Intellectual Property Watch Interview

Intellectual Property Watch: Unitaid Official Explains How ‘Breakthrough’ HIV Medicine Pricing Deal Brings Best To The Neediest “…In the midst of the high-level meetings of the annual United Nations General Assembly last week, health officials from the U.N. and foundations announced what they called a breakthrough pricing agreement that will…

Journal Supplement Examines Rewards, Challenges Of Careers In Infectious Diseases

Center for Global Health Policy’s “Science Speaks”: What we’re reading: Who needs infectious disease docs? Everyone… Antigone Barton, senior editor and writer of “Science Speaks,” discusses a series of articles from the Journal of Infectious Diseases supplement that examines the rewards and challenges of careers in infectious diseases (9/25).

NYT Summarizes Major Global Health-Related Announcements From Global Goals Week

New York Times: World Health Officials Describe Progress Against Tetanus, HIV, and Malaria “Infant and maternal tetanus was officially eliminated from the Americas this year, the Pan American Health Organization announced on Thursday. … Also [last] week, the President’s Malaria Initiative said it would expand its work to new countries…

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