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Only four members at the U.N. high-level meeting on AIDS voted against a declaration to reduce HIV rates and stigma.
The United Nations High-level Meeting on HIV and AIDS marks 40 years since AIDS was first reported.
During the June meeting, U.N. leaders will assess global progress toward ending AIDS by 2030. Also: This year marks 25 years of UNAIDS.
Globally, a child contracts HIV every 100 seconds. A new, affordable treatment is available, but the COVID-19 pandemic hinders access.
Formerly at Oxfam, Winnie Byanyima is the executive director of UNAIDS. She says fighting the epidemic is “very personal.”
Michel Sidibé “leaves a soiled legacy.”
Michel Sidibé, the UNAIDS leader, failed to stop sexual harassment, abuse and favoritism, concluded a report.
A new report expresses disappointment with efforts at curbing drug production and addiction.
The 2018 annual survey also shows prescription drug abuse is expanding and opioid-related deaths are on the rise.
The global research coordinator for OutRight Action International urges more countries to accelerate a research revolution for inclusion.
HIV/AIDS activist Theodore Kerr details the unfortunate consequences for LGBT people, sex workers and drug users.
See what happens when people affected by HIV gain access to treatment.
Why LGBT people, sex workers and injection drug users must be part of the discussion on ending AIDS.
An AIDS activist asks: What good are medical, political and cultural breakthroughs if progress can be so easily rolled back?
Disappointing developments before the High Level Meeting at U.N. headquarters.
A U.S. ambassador is protesting the exclusion.
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