Daily Archives: December 4, 2013

Global Fund Replenishment: leaders consider the impact of partnerships

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The history of global health and development didn’t have “the most attractive origins,” Global Fund Director Dr. Mark Dybul reminded an audience at Georgetown University in Washington, DC this morning. With roots in colonial exploitation, evolving into enlightened self-interest, continuing into cold-war inspired efforts to make friends and influence governments, the work of making things […]

Integrating family planning with HIV services is doable, sustainable

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It’s a simple idea that surprisingly, hasn’t been implemented or seriously studied and tested, until now: full integration of the most effective family planning services with HIV care and treatment to increase contraception use and reduce unwanted, and often risky, pregnancies among women living with HIV. That’s what physicians Daniel Grossman and Craig Cohen of […]