Category Archives: HIV/AIDS

Peace Corps discharge of volunteers diagnosed with HIV raises questions about policy’s realities

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The recent news in Buzzfeed about volunteers who were recently discharged from their Peace Corps postings after being diagnosed with HIV stirred memories at the HIV Medicine Association, an organization of more than 6000 HIV medical providers and researchers, and one of the publishers of this blog. HIVMA was among those voicing concern about the […]

More than half of children living with HIV still without treatment in high burden, PEPFAR-supported southern African countries

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While a growing number of countries have adopted World Health Organization guidelines recommending antiretroviral treatment for all children with HIV, more than half of children living with the virus in the highest burden countries in sub-Saharan Africa remain untreated, according to a report released today. The report notes that pediatric HIV treatment coverage nearly doubled between […]