Category Archives: HIV/AIDS

Draft of U.N. HIV political declaration released along with calls for comments

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Zero Draft on the Fast-Track to End AIDS in the age of Sustainable Development calls for integrated approaches, attention to neglected, marginalized and excluded populations, sets treatment targets Coordinators of the upcoming United Nations meeting on global HIV impacts and responses released a draft Tuesday of the political declaration on global responses to HIV to […]

Access to HIV treatment averted about a million serious illnesses, saved nearly $50 million in 2013 alone, review finds

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A review analyzing data from around the world on adults living with HIV in low- and middle-income countries found that initiation of antiretroviral treatment lowered the risks of opportunistic infections during the first year of treatment from as much as 57 percent to 91 percent, saving millions of dollars in costs of treating illnesses that include […]

Civil Society briefing brings opportunity to (re) engage civil society leaders in HIV response

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The following is a guest post by Andrew Zapfel of Health Policy Plus project, Palladium In my first job after college, working with adolescents in Buffalo, NY, USA, to prevent the spread of HIV, sexually transmitted infections, and early pregnancy I learned a lesson that stays with me. Without adolescents as part of the planning […]