Articles tagged as "HIV This Month 2014 #12 - December 2014"

Welcome to UNAIDS Science now and to the 12th issue of HIV this month 2014!

Between 9 and 11 December, the UNAIDS Programme Coordinating Board (PCB) met for its 35th meeting. In this regard, UNAIDS featured a story on People who inject drugs must not be left behind which was the focus of the thematic segment of the PCB meeting.

In light of the commemoration of World AIDS Day in December, you might want to look at a comment on AIDS: transforming global health and a perspective on The art of medicine. A decade of researching the social aspects of HIV and AIDS in The Lancet.  And if you haven’t already, you might also want to check out Advancing HIV prevention science: the roads from Cape Town, another comment , also in The Lancet.  You will need to register to access the said articles.

Here’s hoping everyone had nice holidays and wishing all the best for 2015!!!

Peter Godfrey-Faussett and Celeste Sandoval

HIV This Month - December 2014

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

Reduce sexual transmission

Prevent HIV among drug users

Eliminate new HIV infections among children

15 million accessing treatment

Avoid TB deaths

Close the resource gap

Eliminate gender inequalities

Strengthen HIV integration

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