Tag Archives: Johns Hopkins

Report highlights cycle of deficits: with scant funding to fight HIV among gay men, missing data leads to missing response, and . . . scant funding

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You can only imagine the impact of the HIV epidemic on men who have sex with men  in a country where institutionalized discrimination, bias and abuse is so extreme that sex between men is a felony that can lead to life in prison.

Disappointing vaccine trial news, key populations, PEPFAR blueprint all part of Jhpiego’s “The Present and the Future of HIV Prevention”

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A chart of clinical research trials seeking ways to control HIV transmission makes for an impressive display of tenacity, with interrupted trials, ongoing trials, trials that led to other trials, and new trials in their earliest stages. It includes trials of microbicides, vaccines, antiretroviral-drug-based approaches and all of that in different combinations. It includes heartening […]

U.S. global AIDS blueprint must address those at greatest risk, groups say

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Echoing Secretary Hillary Clinton’s call for a United States plan to fight the global AIDS epidemic, representatives of 12 organizations and institutions have sent a letter to U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator Ambassador Eric Goosby, detailing the ways the plan should address the needs Clinton said must be addressed in the plan: those of people who […]