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Goosby discusses the revelation that the US has accumulated nearly $1.5 billion in unspent funds intended to go to HIV/AIDS programs around the world.
The organization will begin a process of removing unspent HIV/AIDS funds from country ledger and consult with various stakeholders to reallocate the money.
Massive backlog accumulates as recipient countries prove unable to spend funding.
Rare “reason for optimism” in global fight against tuberculosis.
High-level answers to the question, 'Why should the US fund global health research?'
Psychology can have as much to do with surviving drug-resistant tuberculosis as medicine does.
Poor TB treatment creates a vicious cycle in a variety of countries — creating much more dangerous cases of the disease including "totally drug-resistant TB."
With no new cases in a year, India is a model of transformation.
Former Irish President Mary Robinson challenges youth to fight for the future.
Countries that get health aid money seek "driver's seat."
Belarus, with highest rate ever recorded for MDR-TB, asks for help
In Estonia, children are at risk of contracting TB from their parents.
How has Estonia reduced the number of MDR-TB cases by half since 1998?
A Q&A with Anthony Fauci about the past, present and future of global AIDS.
Is an 'AIDS-free generation' really possible?
This Thanksgiving I am thankful for...
What happens if you get extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis twice? One woman's story.
A new machine that can detect multi-drug resistant TB in record time may revolutionize TB treatment.
The Obama Administration has quietly added 21 countries to the original 8 focus countries.
A Q&A with Jan Eliasson on how water and sanitation plays a part in family planning.