“Nelson Mandela embodied the 20th Century in South Africa and the world in many more ways than people think,” Zackie Achmat, founder and chairman of the Treatment Action Campaign in South Africa said in the wake of Nelson Mandela’s death Thursday. Winstone Zulu, credited with being the first Zambian to publicly discuss his HIV infection […]More »
Antiretroviral treatment has provided South African HIV patients 2.8 million years of life from 2004 to 2012, and could provide as much as 28 million years of life otherwise unrealized by 2030, a study just released online in the Journal of Infectious Diseases says. The study was based on a mathematical analysis of known survival […]More »
Global Fund Replenishment “window of opportunity” to beat AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria: Half open or half shut?
“You have brief windows in history,” Global Fund Executive Director Ambassador Mark Dybul said Wednesday. He was referring to a now familiar argument he has made to support a request, that when he puts it this way, sounds modest: “Fifteen billion dollars to control three horrible pandemics.” The window Dybul is talking about is the […]More »
The history of global health and development didn’t have “the most attractive origins,” Global Fund Director Dr. Mark Dybul reminded an audience at Georgetown University in Washington, DC this morning. With roots in colonial exploitation, evolving into enlightened self-interest, continuing into cold-war inspired efforts to make friends and influence governments, the work of making things […]More »
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Antiretroviral treatment has provided South African HIV patients 2.8 million years of life from 2004 to 2012, and could provide as much as 28 million years […]
How do you reach the three million people who become ill with tuberculosis every year, but go undetected, suffering and dying needlessly, while infecting others? The […]
HIV vaccine development, combination prevention, antiretroviral treatment top agenda as briefing eyes progress against 2.3 million new infections
With the wait for a vaccine against HIV stretching back to when the virus was first identified 30 years ago, how do you measure progress? You […]
“Nelson Mandela embodied the 20th Century in South Africa and the world in many more ways than people think,” Zackie Achmat, founder and chairman of the […]