Blog Post Highlights Recent Global HIV-Related News

Center for Global Health Policy’s “Science Speaks”: Cuba starts AIDS-free generation, Nigerian state launches oxymoronic HIV law, Mozambique sheds colonial homophobia — but has a way to go, and more … we’re reading about policies, health and human rights
Antigone Barton, senior editor and writer of “Science Speaks,” highlights several recent HIV-related news stories, including Cuba’s elimination of mother-to-child HIV transmission; the implementation of an HIV transmission law in Ondo State, Nigeria; Mozambique’s reversal of a colonial-era anti-gay law; and an analysis of national HIV policies in six African countries (7/1).

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