Blog Highlights Event On HIV Epidemic

The Center for Global Health Policy’s “Science Speaks” blog highlights comments made by virologist Robert Gallo at a recent event (.pdf) sponsored by the Institute of Human Virology, the University of Maryland School of Medicine, InterAction, World Vision and the Catholic Medical Missionary Board, and titled “Getting to Zero: Translating Research into Action to End the HIV Epidemic.” The blog notes “Kent Hill and Gloria Ekpo of World Vision, Jeffrey Jordan of Catholic Medical Missionary Board, Benny Kottiri and Marta Levitt of [USAID], Rene Ekpini of UNICEF, and Mwayabo Jean Claude Kazadi of Catholic Relief Services also spoke at the event” (Barton, 12/18).

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