World Faces Political, Financial, Social Challenges In Ending AIDS Epidemic By 2030, But U.N. Marks World Day With ‘New Hope’

Bloomberg Business: U.N. Plan to Halt HIV Needs More Money, Less Complacency
“The world committed to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030 with goals adopted this year by the United Nations. But is that realistic, or even possible? … [W]ith the science available, the world has the capacity to largely end the epidemic as a public health threat within a generation. The question is whether the practical, political, and financial barriers can be overcome…” (Tozzi, 12/1).

U.N. News Centre: U.N. marks World AIDS Day with ‘new hope’ as momentum builds to break epidemic by 2030
“The first World AIDS Day since political leaders committed to ending the epidemic by 2030 as part of the United Nations-led Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) has generated ‘new hope’ to break the epidemic and keep it from rebounding in ‘an unparalleled opportunity to change the course of history for ever’…” (12/1).

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