The Guardian Examines Efforts To Reach AIDS-Free Generation Goal

The Guardian: Think the AIDS epidemic is over? Far from it — it could be getting worse
“The 2000 AIDS conference in Durban shocked the world into action. Now, a new crisis looms, one fueled by drug resistance, costly treatments, and the lack of power many women have in sexual relationships…” (Boseley, 7/31).

The Guardian: Why Obama’s ambition of an AIDS-free generation is a pipe dream — podcast transcript
“Sarah Boseley is joined by experts and campaigners including Charlize Theron as she looks at progress on treating and preventing AIDS and ponders the road ahead…” (Boseley/Stewart, 8/1).

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