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Study Looking At Impact Of HIV Funding On Rwanda's Health System Has 'Serious Limitations'

The jury is still out on whether HIV/AIDS funding has displaced or improved efforts on other disease control priorities.

Published
14 May 2012
From
Kaiser Daily Global Health Policy Report
International Military HIV/AIDS Conference concludes, leaders gain invaluable knowledge

MAPUTO, Mozambique – The 2012 International Military HIV/AIDS Conference concluded here today after four days of sharing insights into new ways to re-energize military HIV/AIDS prevention programs.

Published
11 May 2012
From
Defense Video & Imagery Distribution System
Algeria to tackle HIV/AIDS

Algeria will partner with the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) to build the first HIV/AIDS research centre in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).

Published
11 May 2012
From
Nature
XIX International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2012) Secretariat announces two off-site conference hubs for sex workers and people who use drugs

The AIDS 2012 secretariat will partner with the Global Network of Sex Work Projects (NSWP) and the Eurasian Harm Reduction Network (EHRN) to organize two conference hubs off-site in India and Ukraine to ensure the participation of those delegates who cannot attend the XIX International AIDS Conference event in Washington, D.C., taking place 22-27July.

Published
10 May 2012
From
AIDS 2012 press release
Cuba’s AIDS Sanitariums: Fortresses Against a Viral Foe

The network of sanitariums grew to 14. They were harshly criticized — Dr. Jonathan Mann, the first AIDS director at the World Health Organization, called them “pretty prisons” — but they had a huge damping effect on the early epidemic.

Published
08 May 2012
From
New York Times
Cuba: A Regime’s Tight Grip on AIDS

Whatever debate may linger about the government’s harsh early tactics — until 1993, everyone who tested positive for H.I.V. was forced into quarantine — there is no question that they succeeded. Cuba now has one of the world’s smallest epidemics, a mere 14,038 cases. Its infection rate is 0.1 percent, on par with Finland, Singapore and Kazakhstan.

Published
08 May 2012
From
New York Times
Why are so many abstracts being rejected at the International AIDS Conference?

The Global Forum on Men Who Have Sex With Men and HIV (MSMGF) has brought to light a phenomenon that is already common knowledge: the high rejection rate of abstracts on issues and programs aimed at gay men and men who have sex with men for the International AIDS Conference, reports Javier Hourcade Bellocq.

Published
04 May 2012
From
Corresponales Clave
Study finds HIV/AIDS funding does not undermine health care services for other diseases

A six-year investigation of health clinics in Rwanda by researchers at Brandeis University infuses fresh evidence into a long-standing debate about whether the intensive focus on HIV/AIDS, which in 2010 alone killed 1.8 million people, is undermining other health services, particularly in African countries that are at the epicenter of the pandemic.

Published
03 May 2012
From
EurekAlert (press release)
TB identified as a top priority in fighting the biggest killer diseases

Research released by the Copenhagen Consensus Center yesterday identified TB as a key priority for infectious disease control in terms of cost effectiveness and disease burden. The paper points out that the majority of TB deaths occur among adults in their economically most productive years, which can be an instigator for a family falling into poverty. Addressing TB is therefore of utmost importance, especially considering how cost effective TB interventions are.

Published
03 May 2012
From
TB Europe Coalition
HIV funding and programming targeted at gay and bisexual men in the U.S.: Reasons for hope, and cause for concern

As President Obama’s 2010 National HIV/AIDS Strategy states, in boldface type, “The United States cannot reduce the number of HIV infections nationally without better addressing HIV among gay and bisexual men.” We agree. We must all reengage with our allies in the Administration and Congress to ensure that this aspirational statement is realized in action.

Published
30 April 2012
From
Funders Concerned About AIDS

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