Throughout August, the ONE Blog had a series illustrating the impact of the Global Fund on programs that fight AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria. The video accompanying this post comes from that series. ONE is running a campaign to ask President Obama to commit $6 billion to the Global Fund over the next 3 years.
Ken Mayer – co-chair of our Scientific Advisory Committee and occasional author on this blog – reviews ARV therapy as a method for HIV prevention in this month’s issue of the American Journal of Public Health. The study finds that the “life-saving agents” can be a key component of prevention efforts, though their exact role is still being defined.
This week, Scientific American outlined new approaches for tackling HIV in the developing world. The in-depth report pulls together recent successes in HIV prevention and treatment with a look at what may come next.
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