For anyone following the situation in Uganda, where the Parliament is considering an anti-gay bill that would criminalize homosexuality, this story in the Advocate is a must-read detailing the growing international pressure on Uganda to reverse course, including yesterday’s statement from the White House. The story and other posts, including this one, suggests the international opposition might be yielding some tentative results.
A U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Releations hearing on the nomination of Dr. Deborah Birx to be the next Ambassador at Large and U.S. Global AIDS […]
Integrated TB and HIV treatment adds up to increased survival, improved efficiencies, and new funding focus
Around much of the world where rates of HIV-tuberculosis co-infection are highest, one of the challenges killing patients has been the wait to discover if their […]
WHO’s PQP: How affordable antiretroviral and other treatments owe much to “little known part of WHO” reliant on two funders
In 1999, a small South Africa study revealed disturbing news about a medicine used in first line directly observed therapy for tuberculosis: it contained the right […]
“Before there was PEPFAR or the Global Fund, Dr. Birx was leading the charge in changing this disease,” Sen. Ben Cardin (D-MD) said Thursday, as he […]