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A new report from UNAIDS in advance of #WorldAIDSDay shows that HIV discrimination, stigma and criminalization are costing lives.
Signed at a Fast-Track Cities conference, the Sevilla Declaration urges “the centrality of affected communities in urban HIV responses.”
A new global alliance launches to end AIDS in children by 2030. Currently, only half of children with HIV are on lifesaving treatment.
Without a major global effort, the world will miss HIV reduction targets, a new UNAIDS report warns.
While cases in the ongoing outbreak have been among gay and bisexual men, some fear the outbreak could spread beyond this group.
Allies and advocates unveil gender-neutral passports, launch new campaigns and show other support for transgender people. [VIDEO]
The theme for World AIDS Day 2021 is “Ending the HIV Epidemic: Equitable Access, Everyone’s Voice.” Here’s what that means.
The UNAIDS video “The Mirror” promotes the #SeeMeAsIAm campaign with a message for parents of transgender children.
A new CDC model shows the potential power of Undetectable = Untransmittable to curb HIV rates by 2027.
Their global conference also launched the 13 Million Campaign, an effort to get health services to those with HIV and not on meds.
A UNAIDS report details abuses and spells out 10 ways governments can respond to the pandemic while protecting rights.
Plus: Any restriction of civil and political rights must meet these five specific criteria.
This year’s theme is “Communities Make the Difference.”
Joining the “Fast-Track Cities” initiative is just the start.
The government pays the maker of Truvada about 75 cents a pill; the same dose costs about $50 in the United States.
With a likely increasing proportion of the HIV population virally suppressed, addressing disparities, especially racial ones, is vital.
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