Tag Archives: people who use injecting drugs

Research, TB and the Robin Hood tax, harm reduction results, and more research . . .

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Px Wire: AVAC’s Quarterly Update on HIV Prevention Research includes great graphics, spells out clear definitions (i.e. “the purpose of sieve analysis,” is similar to what it sounds like), interesting updates — the latest yield from the Thai 144 AIDS vaccine trial, and vaginal microbicide ring research — including findings showing protection among 83 percent […]

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 […]

With sex workers and drug users banned from US travel, AIDS 2012 features sessions about them, without them

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Some of the best news for some of those hit hardest by the epidemic came early in AIDS 2012 with Secretary Clinton’s welcoming remarks, when, citing progress in both science and implementation, while emphasizing the impact of the epidemic on sex workers and people who use injecting drugs, she told the audience ” . . […]