EGPAF CEO Chip Lyons Discusses Efforts To Shorten HIV Test Times, Get More Infants On Treatment In Devex Interview

Devex: Q&A: Cutting testing wait times to get more infants on HIV treatment
“…The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, with a four-year, $63 million grant from Unitaid, is piloting a project to shorten that waiting period [between HIV testing and receiving results]. … Charles ‘Chip’ Lyons, EGPAF’s president and chief executive officer, spoke to Devex about what [the project’s] early results mean and what comes next for the project…” (Green, 8/2).

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