Friends Of The Global Fight Releases Report On Importance Of Funding For Global Fund, U.S. Bilateral Programs To Prevent Disease Resurgence

Friends of the Global Fight: Resurgence: Could AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria make comebacks?
“[Thursday], Friends of the Global Fight released a report, ‘Resurgence: Could AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria Make Comebacks?’ The world has made remarkable progress over the past two decades to address AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria, and increased investment can help ensure disease resurgence does not undo these gains. Stepped-up funding for the Global Fund and U.S. bilateral programs are our best defense against future disease resurgence…” (9/12).

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