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HIV treatment successes lead to new challenges, opportunities in confronting chronic disease

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More than three decades after the scientific quest to confront and control HIV and AIDS began, and more than a decade after concerted efforts to make advances in treatment and prevention of the disease equitably available gathered force, results are observable worldwide, the introduction to the new issue of the Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency […]

Lessons learned, lessons yet to be learned, Lancet’s MSM series, tuberculosis as kindling — HIV as the match, and more . . .

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JAIDS all-PEPFAR supplement is free online and gives a past, present, future look at the President’s Emergency Plan For AIDS Relief as a historic effort that can still look forward to its greatest accomplishments. While the emphasis is on the program’s successes and a pre-AIDS 2012 panel discussion was light on the “lessons learned” from […]

Getting Out of the Vertical Vs. Horizontal Box

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The November issue of the Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes offers something of a roadmap for how best to move forward, more productively and less bitterly, in the decades-old debate that pits diseases-specific health initiatives against broader efforts to strengthen health systems. With nearly 20 articles exploring the relationship between HIV scale up and global […]