‘2013 Pipeline Report’ Examines Priorities For Moving Research To Reality

The Center for Global Health Policy’s “Science Speaks” blog highlights the “2013 Pipeline Report” from the Treatment Action Group and HIV-iBase, which “is a call to leaders of global health, government and research to commit to and coordinate efforts that will expedite access to effective diagnostic, treatment and biomedical prevention tools, and make sure they address the conditions of the places where they are most urgently needed,” the blog writes. The blog summarizes the report’s “seven priorities to ‘speed up the pipeline’ of screening, treatment, cure, and prevention tools from conception to access” (Barton, 7/10).

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