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.
By Felix Chinguwo A two-year program in Malawi aims to educate people, especially men and boys, about HIV, reduce transmission of the virus, help people to […]
CDC announces publication of TB treatment trial results showing four month regimen as effective as six month
The publication of trial data showing a four-month treatment regimen for tuberculosis that is not resistant to first-line medicines as effective as the currently widely prescribed […]
By Mitchell Warren, executive director, AVAC In February 2020, just as the COVID pandemic began its rapid global spread, a major HIV vaccine trial called HVTN […]
By Karen Carvajal, M.D. Over the course of human history we have come a long way in our fight against the threat of infectious diseases and, […]