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HIV disproportionately affects individuals and communities who face challenges in terms of poverty, employment, housing, education, racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, and gender-based violence. These social forces limit engagement with health care, create vulnerability to HIV infection and drive the HIV epidemic.

WHO and Global Fund Warn Inequalities Block Progress Towards Ending AIDS, TB and Malaria

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The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
9 December 2021

HIV and COVID-19: Pandemics of inequality

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Global Cause
29 March 2021

Undetectable to viral rebound: When and why?

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San Francisco AIDS Foundation
24 June 2020

US: Factors Contributing to Poor ART Adherence, HIV-1 Drug Resistance Explored

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Monthly Prescribing Reference
16 June 2020