WHO Examines Progress Towards ‘Getting To Zero’ Ahead Of World AIDS Day

“‘Getting to Zero: Zero new HIV infections. Zero deaths from AIDS-related illness. Zero discrimination’ is the theme of World AIDS Day 2012,” observed annually on December 1, a WHO media note reports. “Given the spread of the epidemic today, getting to zero may sound difficult but significant progress is underway,” the media note states, and discusses progress towards and obstacles to achieving this goal (11/29).

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