Experts, Officials At IAS 2017 Express Concern Over Cuts In Global Funding For HIV/AIDS, Especially In U.S. Budget Proposals

VOA News: If Funding Stays, HIV Epidemic May be put Under Control
“Science seems to be finally starting to win in the war against the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) that causes AIDS. But experts gathered at the Paris conference on the deadly disease say proposed cuts in global funding may delay the final blow. … [Experts and officials] reflected optimism about new treatments and concern about proposed cuts in funding, especially by the U.S. government…” (Putic, 7/26).

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