AIDS 2018 Official Press Releases Discuss Government Funding For HIV, New Data From Sub-Saharan Africa
AIDS 2018: Donor cuts could threaten global progress on HIV, new research warns
“If donor government funding for HIV continues to fall, nearly two decades of progress against the disease will be in jeopardy, according to new research presented at the 22nd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2018) today. … Today’s press briefing, chaired by Jennifer Kates of Kaiser Family Foundation, highlighted the results of three new studies…” (7/25).
AIDS 2018: New HIV data from sub-Saharan Africa highlight challenges and reasons for hope
“Researchers and public health experts presented promising new data on the HIV epidemic and response in sub-Saharan Africa at the 22nd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2018) today. … Today’s press conference highlighted five abstracts being presented at AIDS 2018…” (7/25).
The latest official AIDS 2018 press releases are available online.
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