Category Archives: HIV/AIDS

Focus, inclusion, aspiration and language highlight changes in 2013 PEPFAR Country Operational Plan Guidance

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What a difference a year can make, when sometime within that year a goal comes into focus. Every year the President’s Emergency Plan For AIDS Relief puts together a set of guidelines — a Guidance — on how to turn Country Operational Plans into the realities of setting, reaching and documenting goals to put epidemic-fighting […]

Study links homophobia, discrimination to prevention, testing, treatment barriers and to attitudes on preventive antiretrovirals

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In the global AIDS epidemic, it is the illustration of a vicious circle: People in situations that leave them the most vulnerable to getting HIV have the least access to protection. They have the highest prevalence of the virus that leads to AIDS. Then they have the least access to care. That may not be […]

HIV prevention: on the verge of transformation

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A look at the recent AIDS Vaccine 2012 Conference shows range of prevention developments The following is a guest post from Margaret McGlynn, president and CEO of the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative (IAVI) and William Snow, director of the Global HIV Vaccine Enterprise. More than 1,000 HIV researchers and other professionals involved in HIV prevention […]