Continued U.S. Investment In HIV Prevention Critical To Women’s Health In Africa
Washington Post: Letter to the Editor: How Americans help Africans fight HIV
Zeda Rosenberg, founding chief executive of the International Partnership for Microbicides
“…Important HIV prevention programs funded by U.S. taxpayers can significantly reduce new infections among vulnerable girls and women so they can stay healthy and thrive. … There will be no silver bullet to stop HIV. A combination of programs such as DREAMS and new female-initiated prevention tools are needed. Continued U.S. investment in the development of HIV prevention tools would make a big difference for women in Africa” (4/25).
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