At IAS 2017, Experts Express Concern Over Potential U.S. Budget Cuts To Global AIDS Programs

CNN: Proposed U.S. budget cuts will help new HIV infections flourish, experts warn
“Fear and concern are consuming the minds of many experts in the field of HIV control and it’s not just because of the 1.8 million people that became newly infected with the virus, nor the one million who died of AIDS in 2016. … The largest supporter in the global fight against HIV and AIDS may be about to make drastic cuts to its level of support. That funder: the United States…” (Senthilingam, 7/28).

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