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NGOs, Advocacy Groups Express Concern Over Proposed U.S. Cuts To Global HIV/AIDS Funding

Foreign Policy: Proposed U.S. Cuts to AIDS Funding Could Cause Millions of Deaths: Report “The State Department is trumpeting U.S. progress combating HIV and AIDS worldwide, but nongovernmental organizations warn that the Trump administration’s plans to slash AIDS funding could lead to millions more infected, with many dying. … A…

More News In Global Health

Associated Press: U.N. voices alarm about spread of HIV in Egypt (El-Mafty, 12/4). Devex: Q&A: ‘The climate challenge is a development problem. A major development problem’ (Igoe, 12/4). Devex: Australia has released its new foreign policy white paper — what now for NGOs? (Cornish, 12/1). Devex: In India, can a…

U.S. Should Continue To Lead On Global Efforts To Eliminate AIDS In Children

USA Today: In global fight against AIDS, children are ‘losing ground’ Charles Lyons, CEO of the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation “…Conquering AIDS has been a coordinated global effort in recent years, and it will take true commitment from global leaders, including the U.S., to move the needle on eliminating…

U.K. Should Exhibit Political, Financial Leadership In Global HIV/AIDS Response

Devex: Opinion: The U.K. needs stronger political leadership — and investment — to fight AIDS Roberta Blackman-Woods, MP for the city of Durham “…[T]he disproportionate impact of HIV on marginalized groups, especially in middle-income countries, is further evidence of the systemic inequality that underpins our societies globally. … In the…

Mexico City Policy Could Threaten Progress Made On Global HIV/AIDS

HuffPost: The Global Gag Rule Impacts Hard-Fought Progress On HIV/AIDS Relief Seema Jalan, executive director at the Universal Access Project “…The expansion of the Global Gag Rule will roll back hard-fought progress and long-standing U.S. leadership on HIV/AIDS relief around the world, especially for key populations on the front lines…

Pharmaceutical Industry Should Fulfill 4 Key Commitments In Efforts To Stop Spread Of HIV

Project Syndicate: Four Ways to Beat HIV/AIDS Heather Bresch, CEO of Mylan “…The pharmaceutical industry has a responsibility to expand access to testing and treatment, and to help stop the spread of HIV once and for all. Fulfilling four key commitments will make this goal achievable. For starters, pharmaceutical companies…

CSIS Commentary Discusses Role Of U.S. Leadership In Global HIV/AIDS Efforts

Center for Strategic and International Studies: World AIDS Day 2017: Time for the United States to Recommit to the Global HIV Fight Sara M. Allinder, deputy director and senior fellow at CSIS’s Global Health Policy Center, discusses progress on global HIV/AIDS, as well as U.S. efforts and spending. Allinder concludes,…

MMWR Podcast Discusses First Published Account Of AIDS

CDC’s “Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report”: MMWR Podcasts: The AIDS Epidemic, Pneumocystis Pneumonia — Los Angeles 1981 In this podcast episode, Sonja Rasmussen, editor-in-chief of the MMWR, speaks with Harold Jaffe, CDC’s associate director for science, about an MMWR report published in 1981 on Pneumocystis pneumonia. Rasmussen notes, “This report was…

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