Daily Archives: April 26, 2010

South Africa Steps Up on AIDS, But Are Goals Reachable if World Steps Back?

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This excellent New York Times story makes clear that, when it comes to battling AIDS, it really is a new day in South Africa. But even as the South African government unveils an impressive new plan to ramp up HIV treatment and prevention, a new report from the International Treatment Prepardness Coalition makes it equally clear that […]

Save the Date: Briefing on Stemming the Deadly Twin Epidemics of HIV and Tuberculosis

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As U.S. policymakers prepare to make key decisions about global health spending amid an unfolding crisis in access to HIV treatment in Africa, a group of the nation’s leading scientists and advocates will gather to discuss the opportunities and challenges for combating the deadly dual epidemics of HIV and TB.  Join Anthony Fauci, MD, director […]