Daily Archives: April 1, 2015

Texas legislator waxes nostalgic for failure, Nigeria gets another chance, questions on condoms confound policymakers . . . We’re reading about the slippery slope of progress

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It’s April Fools Day and we’re catching up on reading that makes us do double takes. Is the Texas legislator who suggested moving HIV prevention funding to abstinence programs really a physician? (Apparently yes). Could Nigeria’s presidential election outcome be good news for the nation’s lagging HIV response? (Depends — but during the campaign both […]