In Blog Post, Bill Gates Discusses Progress In, Challenges To HIV Prevention, Treatment

Gates Notes: We Haven’t Turned the Corner on AIDS
In this blog post and video, Bill Gates, co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, discusses the progress in and challenges to HIV prevention and care. “…The good news is that the fight against AIDS has seen many successes. The infection rate declined for several years and millions of people have been put on treatment, allowing them to live full, productive lives. But we have not turned the corner. The infection rate has essentially stopped declining…,” he writes, noting stagnated funding and lack of access to proven prevention methods as challenges (7/14).

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