‘Science Speaks’ Discusses Expert Remarks At AIDS 2018 On Implications Of Mexico City Policy For HIV Services

IDSA’s “Science Speaks”: AIDS 2018: Expanded Mexico City policy built barriers to HIV services, researchers say
Reporting from the 22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam, Rabita Aziz, writer at “Science Speaks” and senior global health policy specialist at IDSA, discusses the implications of the Trump administration’s reinstatement and expansion of the Mexico City policy, highlighting remarks from Jen Kates, vice president and director of global health & HIV policy at the Kaiser Family Foundation; Chloë Cooney, senior director of global advocacy at Planned Parenthood Global and Planned Parenthood Federation of America; Luisa Orza of the HIV/AIDS Alliance; Brian Honerman of amfAR; and Asa Anderson of the Swedish International Development Agency (7/27).

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