‘Science Speaks’ Examines 2 Articles On Public Health, Economic Impacts Of HIV Efforts

Center for Global Health Policy’s “Science Speaks”: Modeling does the math to add up impacts of HIV answers in the works
Antigone Barton, senior writer and editor of “Science Speaks,” examines two recently released papers that discuss the public health and economic impacts of HIV efforts. The first paper “examines not only the value of a future vaccine, but also how many moving parts of existing interventions … affect outcomes of efforts now.” The second paper discusses the potential value of long-acting PrEP for women who are at high risk of HIV infection in South Africa (1/6).

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