Tag Archives: Stefano Bertozzi

No Rosy Scenarios for AIDS in 2031

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What will the HIV/AIDS epidemic look like in 2031, on its 50th anniversary? A provocative article in Health Affairs, online here, tries to answer that question, and the picture is not pretty. Without a “gamer changer” in prevention, the AIDS epidemic will still be raging when we reach that milestone, write Robert Hecht, managing director […]

More Money for Health, and More Health for the Money

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This post is by Center Director Christine Lubinski, who is attending the 2009 IAS conference in Cape Town. Getting the most bang for your buck may be a cliché, but it’s probably a good one for these hard economic times. Stefano Bertozzi, founding director of the Division of Health Economics & Policy at Mexico’s National […]