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AIDS 2010 Interviews

Managing editor of the Kaiser Daily Global Health Policy Report, Jill Braden Balderas, interviews global health leaders participating in AIDS 2010. brightcove.createExperiences(); Ambassador Eric Goosby, MD, U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator, on PEPFAR funding, country ownership of HIV programs and President Obama’s Global Health Initiative. brightcove.createExperiences(); Brigitte Schmied, MD, on the…

AIDS 2010 Recent Releases

Editor’s note: Excerpts from journals, press releases and blogs focusing on the AIDS conference in Vienna appear below. Other notable global health items will be included in next week’s comprehensive edition of Recent Releases. Blog: HIV/AIDS Community Needs Cooperation In response to criticism from advocates at AIDS 2010 that the…

AIDS 2010 Webcasts

The following webcasts are now available at http://globalhealth.kff.org/AIDS2010. Friday – http://globalhealth.kff.org/AIDS2010.aspx#July23 Friday Plenary Prevention and Treatment of HIV Among Drug Using Populations: A Global Perspective No Resources, No Results! Rapporteur Session Closing Session Official Press Conference Thursday – http://globalhealth.kff.org/AIDS2010.aspx#July22 Understanding HIV Transmission Mechanisms: Microbicides and PrEP Disability and AIDS, Two…

AIDS 2010 Media Analysis

Ahead of the final day of the International AIDS Conference-AIDS 2010 on Friday, a New York Times analysis piece reports that growing concerns over funding for HIV/AIDS have dominated the focus of the conference. According to the newspaper, this has affected “organizers’ efforts to get publicity for the Vienna Declaration, which calls for drug users to be spared arrest and offered clean needles, methadone and treatment if they have AIDS.”

AIDS 2010 Opinions

Despite ‘Significant’ Finding With Microbicide, Muti-Front Fight Against HIV Needed “[T]hree decades in the AIDS war has shown that no single answer will win it, short of a magic-bullet vaccine that continues to elude researchers. Even if one was found, there would still be the 33 million-and-counting who are living…

Also In Global Health News: HIV/AIDS In Ukraine; Implementing WHO HIV/AIDS Guidelines; Interview With World Bank HIV/AIDS Chief; Biotechnology For Food Security

Heterosexual Transmission Driving Ukraine’s HIV/AIDS Epidemic Heterosexual transmission has “overtaken drug abuse as the main cause of AIDS” in Ukraine, Agence France-Presse reports. “In 2009, 43 percent of Ukrainians infected with HIV caught the virus through heterosexual sex and 35 percent by drug injection,” AFP writes, referencing a national report…

AIDS 2010 Studies, Releases: Criminalization, Discrimination Of High-Risk Groups; Test-And-Treat; UNAIDS Launches HIV Prevention Commission

The criminalization of men who have sex with men (MSM) and transgender people in Asia is holding back efforts to contain HIV/AIDS in the region, according to a report presented Wednesday by the U.N. Development Program (UNDP) and Asia Pacific Coalition on Male Sexual Health at the International AIDS Conference-AIDS 2010, VOA News reports. The report “linked the criminalization of homosexual behavior to an increase in the infection rate of HIV and AIDS in Asia,” the news service writes (Dewan, 7/21).

AIDS 2010 Interviews

Managing editor of the Kaiser Daily Global Health Policy Report, Jill Braden Balderas, interviews global health leaders participating in AIDS 2010. brightcove.createExperiences(); Suniti Solomon, MD, director of the Y.R. Gaitonde Center for AIDS Research and Education (YRG CARE) in Chennai, India, explains how integration of care helps fight stigma and…