Articles tagged as "HIV This Month 2014 #03 - March 2014"

Welcome to UNAIDS Science now and to the third issue of HIV this month 2014!

The Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) this year happened early in March presenting exciting advances in HIV research. You may access recorded CROI sessions via webcast here.  The UNAIDS website ran a feature story highlighting New advances in HIV research and development out of CROI by way of a Q&A with Prof Salim Abdool Karim, Chair of the UNAIDS Scientific Expert Panel and Director of CAPRISA.

You might also like to look at a commentary in the Lancet by Jared M Baeten and Renee Heffron on Pre-exposure prophylaxis to intensify the fight against HIV. It talks about how PrEP is an important addition to the existing array of HIV prevention activities, and should be presented as an option tailored to one’s needs.

It seems we will not be able share with you the French version this month, but rest assured we are doing this in the near future. Like we said last time, an additional language version will certainly widen our reach. We’ll let you know when this will happen!

Enjoy this month’s issue!

Peter Godfrey-Faussett and Celeste Sandoval


HIV This Month - March 2014

HIV this month. Issue no. 3. March 2014

Welcome to the 3rd issue of HIV this month!  In this issue, we cover the following topics:

Reduce sexual transmission

15 million accessing treatment

Avoid TB deaths

Close the resource gap

Eliminate gender inequalities

Eliminate stigma and discrimination

Strengthen HIV integration

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