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Tanzanian Women Urging Partners To Undergo Circumcision To Reduce HIV, HPV Risk

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Tanzanian women lobby male partners to be circumcised “…In [Efrazia Ngwabi’s] village, talking candidly about circumcision would have once been unthinkable, but as people’s attitudes begin to change due to awareness campaigns, more women are actively encouraging their male partners to be circumcised, she said…” (Makoye, 8/8).

Obama Says ‘Premature’ To Fast-Track Ebola Treatment

The Hill: Obama: ‘Premature’ to fast-track Ebola drug “President Obama said Wednesday that it was ‘premature’ to fast-track an experimental Ebola drug for approval even amid a deadly outbreak of the disease in Africa. ‘I think we’ve got to let the science guide us,’ Obama said at a press conference…

PEPFAR, CIFF Launch Initiative To Expand Children’s Access To HIV Treatment

The United States President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR): The U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief and Children’s Investment Fund Foundation Launch $200 million Accelerating Children’s HIV/AIDS Treatment Initiative (ACT) to Save Lives “[Wednesday], the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), in partnership with the Children’s…

Opinion Pieces, Editorial Discuss U.S. Approach To Ebola, African Aid

Opinion pieces and an editorial discuss the U.S. government’s approach to fighting Ebola and sending aid to Africa. Washington Post: Why Ebola worries the Defense Department Rick Noack, Arthur F. Burns Fellow at the Washington Post “While the public discourse on Ebola has so far been fixated on the public…

Second American With Ebola Arrives In U.S.; Americans Receive Experimental Treatment

News outlets report on the U.S. arrival of the second American infected with Ebola and the experimental treatment received by the Americans with Ebola. Associated Press/Seattle Times: 2nd American aid worker with Ebola arrives in U.S. “An American aid worker infected with Ebola arrived Tuesday in Atlanta, joining a second…

Ebola Vaccine, Drug Under Investigation

News outlets discuss a potential vaccine and treatment for Ebola. ABC News: How an Ebola Vaccine Could Change the Next Deadly Outbreak “As Ebola ravages West Africa … officials are desperate for a way to stop the spread of the disease. One possible way to curb the infections is the…