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Adam Shanley Aug 1
Last week I had the massive privilege of joining 15,000 researchers, activists and policy makers from over 160 countries at the International in Amsterdam. The diversity of ethnicity, gender, age, social mobility and world view was inspiring.
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Linda-Gail Bekker Aug 25
Here is the science you all submitted to AID2018 - thanks for doing so! Our response gets stronger as we share evidence and best practices!
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The Lancet HIV Aug 2
A key theme of the recent conference—the importance of youth engagement to the fight against —has also been picked up by in their latest Editorial.
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Janssen Global Aug 3
It’s been a week since , but we’re still imagining, creating and collaborating to help . , our latest blog details the science, heart and ingenuity that are at the core of our work: .
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Department of State Jul 31
.: We’re excited that at the Conference in Amsterdam, announced several African countries are now on pace to reach HIV epidemic control by the year 2020 with the U.S. government support.
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infohep.org 12h
Missed the panel discussion on the most important issues to come out of the 22nd International ()? Don't worry - it's available to watch on Facebook on NAM aidsmap's page!
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José M Zuniga Jul 29
I find myself agreeing with Winston Churchill this morning as I contemplate : “The pessimist sees difficulty in every opportunity. The optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.” No need to guess that I am an optimist - pragmatic, but an optimist
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The Well Project Aug 23
Check out our overview of ! Includes coverage of , dolutegravir & pregnancy, HIV criminalization, aging, the role of youth, update from DREAMS, & blogs from CAB member + guest blogger/reporter Sarah Denison-Johnston.
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NAM Publications Nov 1
Tonight at 6.30pm, join us at for , our panel discussion on the most important issues to come out of . Joining us are , , , , , & .
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ALLIANCE.GLOBAL Aug 15
Remembering ... A session on sustaining the response for MSM/TG, organized by , together with , , Shift& within session"Leaving no-one behind: sustaining the MSM community response in the Age of HIV financing in transition",24.07.2018.
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Adam's Love Global Aug 13
We are super proud to launch a series of 'Community Voices at AIDS 2018' videos highlighting Global Village activities, youth and key populations. Enjoy and share 1st video from . Stay tuned!
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International AIDS Conference Nov 11
"The 90-90-90 targets are actually 90-81-73 - this is not my mobile number, and the 10-10-10 is not Tintin but the populations that are being left behind" - Director Peter Piot discussing ' 90-90-90 targets during . Watch it here
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In Ya Face 🌈 Aug 7
: men around the world are denied prevention programs, including , because their risk of HIV transmission is not taken seriously by many authorities.
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Michel Sidibé Aug 15
“AIDS is not over. That is why I’m sounding the alarm.” Read my whole speech to :
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Ani Shakarishvili,MD Aug 17
Greatly nuanced with a big picture summary of the recently held in Amsterdam by at ! The New Realism, An Uncomfortable Middle
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Michel Sidibé Aug 24
is not a foregone conclusion. My full speech:
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ALLIANCE.GLOBAL Aug 15
Remembering ... A meeting with and "Migration in Europe including Eastern Europe and Central Asia", within the Global Village, 27.07.2018. and talked about migration in Europe,in EECAregion in particular.
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IAPAC Aug 16
is proud to be recognized by as a key online influencer at last month's ; we are in good company with allies who utilized Twitter to convey our advocacy messages, including
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Pam Das Aug 20
Sobering reflections from by A must read for all of us in global health. The phrase a precipice in front and wolves behind comes to mind...
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Int. AIDS Society Nov 9
Differentiated service delivery (DSD) can offer a pathway to sustaining control. Geoff Garnett, 's Deputy Director of Global Development and Global Health recaps the DSD findings that came from and discusses the way forward
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