January-March, Volume 7, Number
In this issue we applaud the nomination of Dr. Debbi Birx as the new US Global AIDS Coordinator. We explain why the global systems for tracking voluntary medical male circumcision are lagging behind the actual progress that’s being made—and discuss ways to close this critical data gap. We also review a recent setback in cure research and what it means for next steps.
Our centerspread lays out the “research-to-rollout” continuum of steps between initial evaluations of a novel concept for HIV prevention and the ultimate introduction of new tool offered in an effective public health program. We also include a look ahead at 2014 in terms of anticipated events and associated advocacy priorities.
The centerspread graphic is adapted from this year’s AVAC Report: Research and Reality, which lays out a concise, prioritized analysis of the state of HIV prevention research.
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