AVAC Report Outlines Science-Based Agenda For Ending AIDS Epidemic

AVAC’s annual report, titled “AVAC Report 2011: The End?,” “is intended as a vision and a challenge to the field, and a first step in holding all of us — civil society, researchers, governments, and funders — accountable for progress” toward ending AIDS, according to the AVAC website (12/22). In the report, “the advocacy group provides a three-part, science-based agenda for ending the AIDS epidemic in our lifetime, including a playbook which focuses specifically on the next 12 months,” a post in the Center for Global Health Policy’s “Science Speaks” blog states (Aziz, 12/21).

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