On behalf of IFARA, Fred Schaich spoke with François Dabis, M.D., Ph.D., about a study presented at this year's International AIDS Conference on the impact of the "test and treat" strategy on HIV transmission rates.
The results of a "test and treat" pilot project in Swaziland presented at this year's International AIDS Conference were very positive, with a very high uptake of testing and starting treatment, good retention in care and good viral suppression.
On behalf of IFARA, Fred Schaich spoke at this year's International AIDS Conference with Vivian Cox, M.D., about strengthening access to generic HIV medications and the price of antiretrovirals.
There is broad support for universal treatment of people with HIV among fast track countries, and many are committed to adopting "Treat All" policies by the end of this year, say researchers from the World Health Organisation (WHO). But challenges to...
Fred Schaich spoke with Musa Ndlovu at the International AIDS Conference about a South African community involvement program for HIV treatment.
Fred Schaich spoke with Haidong Wang about his study of the global HIV burden from 1980 to 2015, which was presented at this year's International AIDS Conference.
In a panel discussion at the International AIDS Conference entitled "Bottom-Up and Top-Down: From National to Global Policy Work and Back," seven speakers discussed the recent United Nations General Assembly High-Level Meeting on Ending AIDS.
David Stanton, director of USAID's Office of HIV/AIDS, discusses the agency's work to deliver comprehensive HIV services to key populations, the great potential of PrEP and microbicides, and the confounding role of HIV stigma and discrimination.
Shannon Hader, M.D., M.P.H., and Eugene McCray, M.D., reflect on what they've heard at the International AIDS Conference and shared some of the common approaches and priorities across U.S. and global HIV programs.
Leading stakeholders involved in pediatric HIV treatment joined together in a special session at the International AIDS Conference to launch an urgent global push to end pediatric AIDS by 2020.