Tag Archives: Rep. Nita Lowey

Nationwide, health experts, leaders, front-liners urge lawmakers: Let PEPFAR reach its goals!

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With the President’s Emergency Plan For AIDS Relief slated for a third consecutive funding cut under the Obama administration’s budget proposal for the coming year, 629 health professionals from across the United States signed onto letter sent to Congressional leaders today asking them to enable the 10-year-old program to achieve its purpose. “As physicians, scientists, […]

Global health funding in precarious position as lawmakers “just aren’t getting it”

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You know that the state of global health is in a precarious position when leading physician scientists take time out of a scientific conference to discuss public policy.  That’s exactly what happened at the recent HIV Prevention Trials Network conference, when NIAID Director Dr. Anthony Fauci implored his colleagues to advocate for global HIV/AIDS, particularly […]

Physicians, researchers, advocates tell Obama and Congress: Gaps in President’s budget request will reverse gains

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Three weeks after President Obama’s budget proposal for fiscal year 2014 appeared, sustaining support for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS Tuberculosis and Malaria, while cutting funds to the President’s Emergency Plan For AIDS Relief, and hacking global TB funding, physicians, scientists, and global health advocates are weighing in. And while United States Agency for […]