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What Should the Next U.S. President Do to Advance the Fight Against HIV?

April 12, 2016


What Should the Next U.S. President Do to Advance the Fight Against HIV?

We're over 30 years into the HIV epidemic and still have a long way to go. With the upcoming election and health care issues being top of mind, we wonder what the next U.S. president will do to continue the fight against HIV. We asked some of the leading HIV experts and advocates what they would tell the next U.S. president to do in order to keep advancing the fight. These interviews were conducted at CROI 2016 in Boston.

Additional reporting for this slide show was provided by Myles Helfand and JD Davids.

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