Research In Africa Represents Important Contribution To Progress On HIV/AIDS, CFR Senior Fellow Says

Council on Foreign Relations: Taking a Moment to Recognize HIV/AIDS Research in Africa
Michelle Gavin, senior fellow for Africa studies at CFR, acknowledges the importance of three studies that were published last week on HIV/AIDS, writing, “The work done in these African countries by local and international scientists, public officials, and community leaders advances knowledge and improves health outcomes for people everywhere. HIV/AIDS continues to take a heavy toll on Africa, but it’s a global problem. This African research is a contribution to humanity” (7/24).

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