The unfinished business of ending the HIV epidemic

Rabin Martin’s Terri Jackson has spent the better part of her career as both an advocate and HIV public health expert and, in her recent op-ed for HIV Plus Magazine, she reflects on the decades-long fight for gay rights that has been inextricably linked with the AIDS response. We’ve come a long way since ...

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Difficult but necessary: Sustaining progress for pediatric and adolescent HIV

Sustainability is a loaded word. Drop it into conversation with anyone involved in global health programming, policy, or funding, and you’re likely to get a reaction. For many, it conjures up a distant future state requiring endless funding and unwavering attention. For others, it is the holy grail of international health and development...
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Bending the Curve: Can New York End Its AIDS Epidemic?

Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Department of Health's plan to end the AIDS epidemic in the state comprises five key elements: modern surveillance, evidence-based prevention, viral suppression, care retention support, and political commitment.
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HIV Criminalization vs. Prevention

Should it be illegal for HIV-positive people to have sex without disclosing their status? In many states, it is. But in order to really end AIDS we must stop criminalizing people living with HIV.
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