Daily Archives: June 25, 2010

What We’re Reading

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This week’s reading list is here. As usual, let us know your thoughts! Is the HIV/AIDS rate in South Africa finally slowing? An article on AllAfrica.com says yes, pointing to a 35 percent decline in new infections between 2002 and 2008 (Many thanks to the One Blog’s reading list this week for this piece!). The […]

Dybul: `We need to be more efficient'

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At the Pacific Health Summit in London this week, the main theme centered on maternal and child health. But some of the discussion touched on HIV and TB issues, and many of the participants are important players in those worlds. One is Dr. Mark Dybul, the former US global AIDS ambassador under President Bush and […]