As of 2016, the program helped provide life-saving antiretroviral treatment for over 11.5 million people, trained 220,000 health-care workers, and facilitated counseling and testing for over 74.3 million people. For The Atlantic, Joseph Frankel reports.
Bob Leahy and the myth that because PrEP very occasionally has failed, the reliability of a sustained undetectable viral load as an effective prevention strategy for people living with HIV needs questioning
Michael Bouldin on Milo: "... sexist, transphobic, racist, pick what you wish from the long catalogue of human cruelties, he will likely embrace it this very instant, already has, or will at some future time of greater convenience."
Following intense community reaction to their public statement last week, GNP+ apologizes in a new version stressing common values and the need for more dialogue on global inequities in treatment access. Bob Leahy reports