AIDS at 30: Getting Policy and Funding Right

June 7, 2011

AIDS at 30: Getting Policy and Funding Right
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from Global Health Program

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On the heels of the 30th anniversary since AIDS was recognized, the UN General Assembly will meet to discuss the next course of HIV/AIDS funding. CFR Senior Fellow for Global Health Laurie Garrett traces the initial failures to contain the spread of AIDS, and calls on international policymakers to adequately fund the combat of the deadly disease.

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