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Joint Venture To Manufacture And Distribute Tenofovir Gel In Africa

CONRAD and the South African Government’s Technology Innovation Agency (TIA) on Tuesday announced a license agreement that grants TIA the rights to manufacture and distribute tenofovir gel in Africa, according to a CONRAD statement.  TIA also will establish a joint venture with drug maker Cipla Medpro and iThemba Pharmaceuticals for…

More Money Needed To Fight Health Issues

“I can’t help worrying that, as donors slap themselves on the back over their generosity [shown through pledges to the GAVI Alliance] …, their feelgood factor will turn into a warm glow of satisfaction at having played out their part. Problem solved,” Sarah Boseley writes on the Guardian’s “Global Health Blog.” “What…

AFP Says Battle Against AIDS Not Over In India

Agence France-Presse examines the HIV/AIDS epidemic in India. Though the country has reduced by half the number of new infections since 2001, “UNAIDS coordinator in India, Charles Gilks, said that while the authorities should be commended for tackling the problem, the country had not yet won the battle,” the news…

Panel Discusses Funding For Universal Access To HIV Treatment

The Center for Global Health Policy’s “Science Speaks” blog includes a summary of a recent Global Fund meeting on HIV financing. “The most dynamic and passionate remarks came from Morolake Odetoyinbo, CEO of the non-governmental organization Positive Action for Treatment Access in Nigeria and a woman living with HIV/AIDS. She argued…

Local Misconceptions Of Children’s Immune Systems Hindering HIV Treatment In Malawi, Study Says

Some caregivers in rural Malawi have expressed a reluctance to begin antiretroviral therapy for children living with HIV because of a belief that their “bodies were too weak for pills and their blood was ‘still raw,’ but that as it ‘ripened’ with time, HIV-related opportunistic infections would leave them,” according to a study presented this week at the 1st International HIV Social Science and Humanities Conference in Durban, South Africa, PlusNews reports.

Science Speaks Series Interviews Key Players In Global AIDS Fight

In the final installment of a series recognizing the 30th anniversary of AIDS on the Center for Global Health Policy’s “Science Speaks” blog, John Donnelly interviews Warren “Buck” Buckingham, director of the Office of AIDS Relief at the Peace Corps, about his work in the field. Other interviewees in the…

Now Is Not The Time To Give Up On Fighting AIDS

Accomplishing the targets set forth in the U.N. High Level Meeting on AIDS declaration “would cost billions more per year from all sources,” a New York Times editorial states, adding, “These are tough economic times. But there has been so much progress over the last decade, there can be no…