Tag Archives: Tuberculosis and HIV

The cost of cutting PEPFAR, What VOICE did tell us, and answers to other pressing questions . . .

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If we want an AIDS-free generation, why are we cutting PEPFAR? The Obama administration’s budget request for fiscal year 2014, which includes a fourth consecutive cut to funding for the President’s Emergency Plan For AIDS Relief that would bring the program to its lowest funding level since 2007, raises questions, this piece by amfAR public […]

Catching up: TB talk show, Addictophobia, the gap between sex worker data and reality, and the first to go

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In the lull following AIDS 2012, Science Speaks is catching up on reading — and watching — pieces that came out in the days before and during the conference. Tuberculosis and HIV: Protecting the Vulnerable: “People fear TB more than HIV,” says a young Ugandan woman who survived the disease and now works with young […]