Diagnosing babies with HIV as early as possible is critical to ensuring that they get onto treatment.
The proposed foreign aid cuts by US President Donald Trump will have a devastating impact on healthcare in Africa.
Thanks to universal testing and easy access to treatment, the Canadian province of British Columbia has seen a major decease in HIV-related mortality.
The 90-90-90 strategy is an attempt to get the HIV epidemic under control by adopting a ‘test and treat’ approach. This is part of the plan to eliminate AIDS by 2030.
Enough tiptoeing around: without ending state discrimination, we have little hope of stopping HIV and AIDS.
Globally, the health community is moving to a point where there could be zero new HIV infections or deaths. But it has been a long road.