amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research
TREAT Asia (Therapeutics Research, Education,
and AIDS Training in Asia) is a network of clinics, hospitals, and research
institutions working with civil society to ensure the safe and effective
delivery of HIV/AIDS treatments throughout Asia and the Pacific.
In this interview for the TREAT Asia Report, Dr. Kim discusses the evolution of the World Bank’s response to HIV/AIDS.
TemanTeman.org launched the first social media campaign promoting HIV awareness in Indonesia, an Islamic-majority country where talking about HIV remains taboo.
The executive director of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria discusses how to turn the tide against AIDS globally.
PrEP cut the risk of HIV infection in IDUs in half, but works best when used in conjunction with proven prevention methods like syringe exchanges.
The decision against the pharmaceutical company Novartis ensures that millions of people can continue to get the life-saving HIV medications they rely on.
In 2003, The TREAT Asia HIV Observational Database (TAHOD) became the first study to collect treatment data from clinical sites throughout the Asia-Pacific
Children and adolescents living with HIV face a host of complicated health and social issues, including coping with their diagnosis and sharing it with others.
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