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  • What the Trump administration could mean for US HIV/AIDS spending

    HIV/AIDS advocates are warning against any cuts to U.S. spending on the fight against the disease as the new administration of President-elect Donald Trump determines how it will approach global assistance.

    15 hours ago | Devex
  • Refuelling the global HIV response: the role of the United Kingdom

    On the eve of World AIDS Day, STOPAIDS, with support from the United Kingdom All-Party Parliamentary Group on HIV & AIDS, organized an event to discuss the role of the United Kingdom in the global AIDS response.

    15 hours ago | UNAIDS
  • The global AIDS response is stuck in neutral

    The problem is that key indicators that track progress on treatment, prevention, and funding look virtually the same year after year. And business as usual won’t be enough to put the world firmly on the path to the end of AIDS by 2030.

    30 November 2016 | ONE
  • Tom Price's radically conservative vision for American health care

    By tapping the tea party Republican as his top health care official, President-elect Donald Trump sends a strong signal he may look beyond repealing and replacing Obamacare to try to scale back Medicare and Medicaid, popular entitlements that cover roughly 130 million people, many of whom are sick, poor and vulnerable.

    30 November 2016 | Politico
  • Closing the HIV prevention investment gap

    With funding for prevention falling behind funding for treatment, fewer than one in five people at higher risk of HIV infection today have access to prevention programmes. Inadequate investments in prevention and unfocused investments that do not reach the most affected populations and locations are among the reasons for the prevention gap.

    29 November 2016 | UNAIDS
  • Will quackery guide Trump's global health policy?

    The US remains one of the leading funders of global health but will this change on president-elect Donald Trump’s watch?

    21 November 2016 | Bhekisisa
  • Who’s afraid of Mr Trump?

    Will billions of dollars in US aid be slashed or redirected under President Trump? For aid agency planners, only one thing about the Trump presidency is certain right now: uncertainty.

    15 November 2016 | IRIN
  • The Cost Of A Cure: Revisiting Medicare Part D And Hepatitis C Drugs

    Preliminary estimates, based on data obtained from CMS by the Associated Press, suggest that 2015 spending on the new hepatitis C drugs was $9.2 billion or roughly double the 2014 levels. This level of spending projects to about 100,000 new individual users, allowing for some duplication of people who continued the treatment they started in 2014.

    04 November 2016 | Health Affairs (blog)
  • For its next funding request, Zimbabwean civil society calling for test-and-treat, PrEP

    As the 2017-2019 funding cycle approaches, civil society in Zimbabwe are being proactive. Having kicked off consultations already, emerging themes include rolling out universal test-and-treat for HIV, expanding access to pre-exposure prophylaxis and other new prevention technologies, and elevating key populations and community responses. The country is likely to submit its next funding request to the Global Fund in the 23 May 2017 window.

    02 November 2016 | Global Fund Observer
  • Underfunding ‘nightmare’ hampers the global TB battle

    There is a “nightmare of underfunding” for tuberculosis (TB), described by experts as “the greatest infectious disease killer on the planet”.

    31 October 2016 | Health-e
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