Article Examines 90-90-90 HIV Targets, Current Investments, Resource Needs

Current Opinion on HIV/AIDS: The cost of reaching the 90-90-90 targets: are current investments enough?
This review takes stock of the 90-90-90 targets for HIV and “examines what is known about current investments for HIV in low and middle-income countries, resource needs, and the potential for additional investment.” The review finds that there “is a significant gap in resources needed to reach the 90-90-90 targets by 2020. It may be possible to reduce the gap through more efficient allocation of resources. In addition, there are efforts underway to mobilize more investment. Ultimately, any gap that remains has implications for health outcomes and future spending” (Kates/Wexler/Dieleman/Moses/Stover, 9/12).

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