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At stake in amfAR’s civil war is the nonprofit’s quest to find a cure for HIV.
AIDS groups spell out how the proposed massive budget cuts will harm both local and global funding.
What will happen to the international HIV treatment program in the aftermath of President Trump’s abortion gag order?
8 HIV/AIDS groups launched the initiative. Now you can read, sign and share it.
How long did it take to develop other vaccines? Check out this AVAC chart.
More work is needed to ensure that millions of women, and men, can benefit from an HIV prevention developed expressly for them, writes AVAC.
The World Health Organization recommends all people with HIV to get treatment, and those with “substantial” risk for HIV should get PrEP.
Cutting through the hype and hyperbole.
AIDS Healthcare Foundation has finally begun to capitulate, offering measured support for the HIV prevention method.
AVAC provides an agenda for what needs to happen.
The global HIV advocacy group AVAC has raised an alarm that global goals for HIV prevention may prove ineffectual due to their vagueness.
Decisions made with incomplete data are undermining the response.
The executive director of AVAC on the disparity between research and implementation.
In its latest yearly report, Research & Reality, AVAC focuses on prevention for women.
Global AIDS advocates celebrate advances that seemed unimaginable a decade ago.
Many of the countries with the greatest HIV epidemics are now in a sense winning the war against the disease.
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