Sustaining Gains: Global Progress in HIV and the Road Ahead

On December 1st, we commemorated World AIDS Day. In 1988, when World AIDS Day was established, I had two uncles with HIV, both of whom would go on to die of complications related to AIDS. At that time, there was no concept of living with HIV; HIV led to AIDS, and AIDS was a death sentence.

Today we barely talk of AIDS in global health. We talk about people living with HIV—how can we ensure that people living with HIV...

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Date 
December 08, 2017
Authors 
Alison Lucas
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