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HIV: Don’t Live in Ignorance (Part 2 of 2)

In part 1 I put forward some reflexions triggered by my reading of Lord Fowlers’ new book AIDS Don’t Die of Prejudice and ended with a somewhat depressing view on our ability to quell the HIV epidemic without a major shift in how we respond to

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HIV: Don’t Live in Ignorance (Part 1 of 2)

A reflexion on Lord Fowlers’ AIDS Don’t Die of Prejudice. Whilst looking for an opening sentence for this musing, I wondered who could be interested in Lord Fowler’s book on Aids in the year 2014. I checked the Amazon website and found that Fowler’s travelogue was ranked

PrEP Supporters say

Is a Pill Enough to Fight HIV?

The New York Times started a debate on Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) for the prevention of HIV infection by asking five prominent researchers and HIV advocates to discuss whether promoting the use of antiviral drugs was a good public health strategy, or if it will encourage more

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