Vuyiseka Dubula, General Secretary of the Treatment Action Campaign and plenary speaker on Monday at the International AIDS Conference, speaks about her own experience testing positive for HIV and being told she could not be treated. She speaks to the importance of providing HIV testing with the assurance that care is available if a person does test positive.
Survey across seven African countries finds young women and teenage girls less than halfway to 2020 goals for HIV control
Fewer than half of the adolescent girls and young women living with HIV who were tested for the virus as part of door-to-door surveys across communities […]
People living with HIV achieve rates of survival from drug-resistant tuberculosis similar to those of people without the virus, when they receive immediate access to antiretroviral […]
In time for meetings of international leaders, 2016 boost in TB investments sets new — but low — bar, as well as impetus to gain on […]
As international efforts to counter worldwide health challenges that include antimicrobial resistance and infectious disease surveillance began to gather force at the end of 2016, a […]