Latest by Christine Lubinski
By the time the vast majority of people who have HIV reach testing and treatment for the virus, they have had it long enough that they are vulnerable to deadly fungal infections.
HIVR4P 2016: Circumcision Offers Major Contribution to Ending HIV Epidemic as a Public Health Threat
Kenya's medical circumcision program launched early with ambition, charting circumcisions performed for 1.3 million men by the end of 2015, leaving evaluators asking what is and what will be the impact of this HIV prevention intervention on the epide...
Cash Incentive Studies Show Value of School, Financial Support, But More Needed to Protect Young People From HIV
Two clinical trials evaluating the impact of cash incentives on HIV incidence in adolescents in South Africa found that such incentives had no impact on HIV rates, while one saw a decrease in rates of herpes simplex virus.
A couple of disclaimers: One, I know very little about drug pricing. Most of my work in AIDS has been about healthcare access, which means I know a little bit about the programs that pay for drugs. So, basically, what I am going to do is give you a...