AIDS 2010 Interviews
July 19, 2010
Managing editor of the Kaiser Daily Global Health Policy Report, Jill Braden Balderas, talks with global health leaders participating in AIDS 2010.
Ezekiel Emanuel, special advisor to the White House on health care, talks about PEPFAR funding and how President Barack Obama's Global Health Initiative seeks to foster country ownership of health programs and better coordination of care.
Gottfried Hirnschall, director of the department of HIV/AIDS at WHO, discusses the links between the Millennium Development Goals and fighting HIV/AIDS as well as why he hopes this conference is "transparent."
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