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Which other cities have aimed for these targets, and how are they doing?
An overview of strategies and successes
Vacations and their healthful benefits, writes Bob Leahy, are largely and unfairly out of reach for many low-income people living with HIV.
Here is who’s affected most by HIV in Dallas and what else the city is doing to battle the epidemic.
The program was associated with an impressive rise in viral suppression rates.
Some countries have met or exceeded the 90-90-90 targets, but others are falling behind.
The money will help fund Birmingham’s efforts to achieve the UNAIDS 90-90-90 treatment goals.
Here’s what we know so far about the 10-year plan—and the two main officials behind it.
Efforts to reduce transmissions include needle exchange vending machines, testing and PrEP.
UNAIDS wants nations to hit ambitious HIV diagnosis, treatment and viral suppression targets by 2020.
Despite many years of enthusiastic calls for an “end to AIDS,” experts have yet to settle on what that would actually entail.
Sixty-six percent of those with HIV in Western Europe are virally suppressed, compared with just 14 percent in Eastern Europe.
Listen to personal tales from the global urban AIDS response, including reports from five U.S. cities.
A nationwide household survey indicated that 61 percent of the nation’s HIV population had a fully suppressed viral load.
At an HIV summit, the mayor pledges to meet the “90-90-90” goals by 2020.
Looking to the proportion of people with HIV with an undetectable viral load does not account for changes in the overall prevalence of HIV.
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