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1 In 50 People In Russia’s 4th-Largest City Living With HIV, Health Official Says

Associated Press: Official: Fourth-largest city in Russia has HIV epidemic “Russian health officials say one in 50 people in the country’s fourth-largest city is carrying [HIV] as Russia struggles to deal with a rapidly rising number of infections. The central Russian city of Yekaterinburg suffers from an HIV epidemic, regional…

PEPFAR Sets ‘High Bar’ For ‘American Greatness’

The Hill: Ask George W. Bush how to set a high bar for American greatness Bridget Johnson, senior fellow with the news and public policy group at Haym Salomon Center and D.C. bureau chief for PJ Media “…In his [2003] State of the Union address, [President George W.] Bush called…

November 2016 Issue Of WHO Bulletin Available Online

WHO: Bulletin of the World Health Organization The November 2016 WHO Bulletin includes editorials, news, and research and policy articles on various topics including the growing recognition of transgender health, the elimination of mother-to-child transmission of syphilis and HIV in Cuba and Thailand, and microcephaly rates in northeastern Brazil (November…

Tanzania Announces Closure Of Some HIV Prevention Programs For Gay Men

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Tanzania suspends some HIV programs for gay men, says health minister “Tanzania has suspended community-based HIV/AIDS prevention programs for gay men, the health minister said on Monday, in the latest crackdown on the high-risk group. Ummy Mwalimu, Tanzania’s minister for health said the government had received reports…

Ambassador Birx Discusses U.S. Global HIV/AIDS Efforts In IDWeek2016 Plenary Session

Monthly Prescribing Reference: Ambassador Birx: Global HIV/AIDS Response Successful But ‘Far From Done’ Debra Hughes of MPR discusses remarks made by Ambassador-at-Large Deborah Birx, coordinator of the United States government activities to combat HIV/AIDS and U.S. special representative for global health diplomacy at the U.S. Department of State, at an…

HIV/AIDS Researchers Gather To Discuss History, Future Of Epidemic

ScienceInsider: At gathering of HIV/AIDS pioneers, raw memories mix with current conflicts Science reporter Jon Cohen describes a meeting of HIV/AIDS scientists recently held at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) in New York. “…A most unusual conference on the history and future of HIV/AIDS research would begin later that evening,…

Health Organizations Face Challenge Of Sustaining Global Progress Against AIDS, Keeping Disease ‘In The Spotlight’

Humanosphere: Health organizations challenged to keep AIDS in the spotlight Humanosphere journalist Lisa Nikolau discusses health organizations’ challenges of keeping HIV/AIDS “in the spotlight,” noting while global progress has been made against the epidemic, the disease remains a major threat, especially for LGBT communities, which often face stigma (10/20).

Panelists Examine ‘Future Of Global Health Financing’ At Friends Of Global Fight Event

Friends of the Global Fight Blog: ‘The Future of Global Health Financing’: How do we grow investments? (Video) Sarah Marston, director of communications at Friends of the Global Fight, highlights an event titled “The Future of Global Health Financing,” which was held at the Kaiser Family Foundation and “co-sponsored by…

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