UNAIDS Director Commends Cuba For Eliminating Mother-To-Child HIV Transmission

Prensa Latina: UNAIDS: Cuba To Have New Generations Without HIV
“Executive Director of UNAIDS, Michel Sidibé, said here [Friday] that Cuba is an example of how a country can have new generations without HIV. Cuba has proved it and will achieve it, as its fundamental premise is to place the human being at the center and that is the driving force to transform the people’s health, said Sidibe in a meeting with journalists. On a three-day visit in Cuba as of Wednesday, the UNAIDS chief reviewed the current global AIDS epidemic from its inception…” (11/13).

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