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NPR Looks at US Global AIDS Strategy

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The Center for Global Health Policy’s director, Christine Lubinski, is quoted in this recent NPR story that examines the Obama Administration’s approach to combating global AIDS. The piece, which also includes an interview with US Global AIDS Coordinator Eric Goosby, delves into the Administration’s plans for building developing-country capacity (and responsibility) for AIDS programs and […]

Ken Mayer, Center's Co-Chair, Talks About Obama's Global Health Plan on NPR

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Dr. Kenneth Mayer, co-chair of the Center’s Scientific Advisory Committee and a professor of medicine at Brown University, talked about the benefits of using PEPFAR as a platform on which to build broader health systems in this NPR story that aired this morning. NPR’s Brenda Wilson takes a look at President Obama’s global health plan, […]

Protecting Women Against HIV Infection

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If you tuned in to NPR this morning, you probably heard Brenda Wilson’s story on the latest efforts to develop a pill or gel to protect women against HIV infection. The piece highlights the frustration that more concrete progress has not been made. It has inspired a lively discussion from listeners posting comments on NPR’s website. Click here to listen […]