Forbes Interviews Chief Of HIV/AIDS Section At UNICEF’s New York Headquarters

In a recent interview with Forbes, Craig McClure, chief of the HIV/AIDS section at UNICEF’s New York headquarters, “discussed their latest report examining the progress being made in the response to HIV and AIDS for children.” The report “highlights key strategies to prevent HIV and to accelerate access to the treatment, care and support that children affected by AIDS need to remain alive and well,” Forbes notes. According to the transcript, McClure discusses the report findings he found most surprising, highlights “the most worrisome trends or insights that came out of the new country data from 2012,” and reflects on “signs of hope and progress,” among other topics (12/18).

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