In November 2009, with a Congress contemplating a foreign aid overhaul, the news that a physician had just been named to take the long-vacant helm at the United States Agency for International Development came as a heartening sign to global health advocates. It was a sign, advocates hoped, that aggressive action against diseases that prey […]More »
Global TB response advocates express continued concern about drug’s price First, a word about the significance of bedaquiline. The first new antituberculosis drug to be developed in nearly half a century, it was given fast-tracked approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration at the end of 2012 to speed access to the drug for […]More »
Ebola survivors in Sierra Leone, peer support and science in Zambia, and a groundbreaking activist group reflects on a year of challenges . . . We’re reading why affected community inclusion changes everything
CDC reports on Ebola survivors – As living proof that Ebola is not inevitably fatal, survivors of the current outbreak in West Africa have valuable stories to tell. With the possibility of some acquired immunity to the virus, they also may be better able than others to fill needed roles of caregivers and burial team […]More »
The following is a guest post by Ron MacInnis, Deputy Director for HIV, Health Policy Project, Futures Group, Arin Dutta, Senior Economist, Health Policy Project, Futures Group and Andrew Zapfel, Policy Analyst, Health Policy Project, Futures Group In order to celebrate progress and hold leaders accountable, the global community has recognized December 12th as Universal […]More »
In Dar es Salaam, a former patient's group reaches clients where they live
Dar es Salaam: In a fragile health system, a national referral hospital prepares for Ebola
Dar es Salaam: From 100 patients to 65,000 in ten years
Zanzibar: An island that has seen success offers a cautionary tale
At Tanzania sober house: "We shine and they want what we have"
Live Blog Archive
- 45th Union World Conference on Lung Health, Barcelona, Spain
- IDWeek 2014, Philadelphia
- HIV Research for Prevention Conference, Cape Town, South Africa
- 20th International AIDS Conference, Melbourne, Australia
- 21st Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections, Boston
- AIDS Vaccine Conference 2013, Barcelona
- IDWeek 2013, San Francisco
- 20th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections
- IDWeek 2012
- 19th Annual International AIDS Conference held in Washington, DC.
- 2nd International Treatment as Prevention Workshop, Vancouver
- The 19th annual Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections, Seattle.
- The 60th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.
- The 42nd Union World Conference on Lung Health, Lille, France.
- The Infectious Diseases Society of America's 49th Annual Meeting.
- The 6th International AIDS Society Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention, Rome.
- Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections, Boston.
- 41st Union World Conference on Lung Health, Berlin, Germany.
- IDSA Annual Meeting, Vancouver
- The 18th International AIDS Conference, Vienna.
- Center for Global Health Policy and GHC Briefing on HIV/TB Coinfection, Washington, DC
- Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections, San Francisco
- Consortium of Universities for Global Health Annual Meeting, Washington D.C.
- 2009 International AIDS Conference, Cape Town
- HIV/AIDS Implementers Conference, Windhoek, Namibia.
- Pacific Health Summit, Seattle, Washington.
Click above for a video on our Congressional study tour to Africa, and click here to read more.
Like a candle in the wind, support for HIV responses risks burning out long before the epidemic ever will . . . On one hand, the […]
Global TB response advocates express continued concern about drug’s price First, a word about the significance of bedaquiline. The first new antituberculosis drug to be developed […]
As strategies to prevent HIV and unintended pregnancies evolve, concepts of “multi-purpose technologies” raise a familiar question . . .
What do women want? While two trials test vaginal rings to fight HIV, market research highlights respondents’ interests in different options It’s a question that gained […]
In November 2009, with a Congress contemplating a foreign aid overhaul, the news that a physician had just been named to take the long-vacant helm at […]