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Dr. Lisa Fitzpatrick, who has about 100 HIV-positive patients, speaks about what should be happening in the AIDS fight in the US.
At a summit of faith groups during AIDS 2012, Saddleback Church called for an end to American groups building orphanages in Africa, a contrast to some churches' stance six years ago.
The Senate Majority Leader talks about the effects of voter confusion, Congressional partisanship on US health aid.
Gabriel Jaramillo talks about his work as general manager of the Global Fund
Less than a month into his tenure, Kim spoke to GlobalPost about the Bank's focus on eradicating poverty and fighting AIDS.
Vanessa Kerry, daughter of Sen. John Kerry, talked to GlobalPost about the partnership she spearheaded between her non-profit and the Peace Corps.
Is an AIDS-free generation just a dream? And what does it mean?
The US will launch a series of HIV prevention strategies to test whether an AIDS-free generation really is possible. Will this be a breakthrough moment?
Mario Raviglione has been the director of the World Health Organization’s Stop TB Department since 2003. He spoke with John Donnelly about the progress and frustrations with detection and treatment of Tuberculosis.
One month before the International AIDS Conference, Ambassador Eric Goosby addressed an audience at the Brookings Institute. He said the Obama administration was on target for meeting its HIV/AIDS goals.
Ten years ago today President Bush stepped into the Rose Garden to announce a $500 million program to stop the transmission of HIV passed from mothers to children during birth. That announcement is what led the way to PEPFAR.
It is a season of sky-high goals in global health. A conference called Child Survival Call to Action held at Georgetown University on Thursday added the new aspiration of reducing all child deaths in a generation that can be treated with existing medicines and therapies.
On the eve of the Child Survival Call to Action, Rajiv Shah speaks about the need to focus efforts on five countries that have 50 percent of all preventable child deaths.
Part One: Many perceive a disconnect between the president's big promises and a proper strategy.
There haven't been any new TB drugs for over 40 years. But an unlikely partnership between non-profits and a mining company may save thousands of lives in the search for a new vaccine.
Business leaders join government and NGO representatives to discuss why it makes to much sense to invest in treatment.
Activists point blame back at the US for unspent funding.
USAID yesterday launched a social media campaign called “Every Child Deserves a Fifth Birthday.”
As the world climbs toward a population of 9 billion, a conversation about supporting all those people.