Tag Archives: The Lancet Infectious Diseases

The Zero Declaration, stigma remains while funding flows, and more

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The Zero Declaration: This was posted in July on the eve of the 19th International AIDS conference, and its call is still open  —  “to focus the world’s struggle against tuberculosis  on achieving zero TB deaths, zero new TB infections, and zero suffering from TB.” You can sign on as an individual or as an […]

The Lancet ID Calls for Protecting Global AIDS Programs

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For anyone concerned about a pullback in funding for global AIDS programs, this commentary in The Lancet Infectious Diseases is a must read. It addresses the apparent wavering commitment of donor countries amid the economic downturn and touches on the unfolding debate about the merits of disease-specific initiatives, such as PEPFAR, versus efforts to efforts to […]