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U.S. State Department Blog Features Several Posts Recognizing World Health Day

U.S. Department of State’s “DipNote”: Reflections on World Health Day Deborah L. Birx, ambassador-at-large and coordinator of the U.S. Government Activities to Combat HIV/AIDS, writes, “The 2015 World Health Day theme is food safety. At first glance, some may wonder how this theme fits with President Obama’s three global health…

PEPFAR Works To Achieve AIDS-Free Generation For Women, Girls

U.S. Department of State’s “DipNote”: A Goal Within Reach: DREAMS To End HIV/AIDS Among Women and Girls Deborah L. Birx, ambassador-at-large and U.S. global AIDS coordinator, and Catherine Russel, ambassador-at-large for global women’s issues, discuss PEPFAR’s impact on women and girls and its progress toward achieving an AIDS-free generation (4/4).

New Issue Of ‘Global Fund News Flash’ Available Online

Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria: Global Fund News Flash The latest issue of the Global Fund News Flash profiles the experience of a Kenyan survivor of TB, highlights global health partnerships in the Democratic Republic of Congo, highlights new leadership at the Fund, addresses Eastern Europe’s target to…

Mobile Diagnostic Lab Can Reach Remote Areas With TB, Other Tests

New York Times: Fighting TB with a Drive-in Film and Test Amy Maxmen, science journalist “…[T]uberculosis … [is] an ancient disease that still kills about 4,100 people each day around the world because the tests to diagnose it and the drugs to treat it are inaccessible to many in need.…

Funding Harm Reduction Can Reduce Drug-Related Deaths

Open Society Foundations: The Simple Funding Fix That Could Dramatically Reduce Drug-Related Deaths Fionnuala Murphy, campaigns and advocacy manager at Harm Reduction International, discusses how global funding for harm reduction services can prevent “thousands of drug-related deaths each year” (4/2).

New HIV Research Model Suggests Early Treatment Key To Finding Cure

The Guardian: HIV spreads like computer worms, say scientists “HIV spreads throughout the body in a similar way to some computer worms, according to a new model, which also suggests that early treatment is key to finding a cure to the disease…” (Siddique, 4/2). International Business Times: HIV: Early treatment…