HIV/AIDS

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Tremendous Progress in U.S. Children Born With HIV Shadows Work Needed Globally

An interview with global pediatric HIV/AIDS physician Heather Haq

Why Global Health Remains Bipartisan

It has proven to be "a good investment with astonishing results in saving lives"

Poverty

Tackling Tuberculosis with Strategic Health Diplomacy

Cutting drug prices for tuberculosis holds diplomatic, humanitarian, and economic promise

Governance

War Threatens Ukraine's Progress Curbing HIV/AIDS

Russia's invasion is keeping lifesaving medication out of the hands of Ukrainians living with HIV

Governance

Inside the Lab that Identified Omicron

For years Botswana's scientists have been on the cutting-edge of research

Poverty

He Shaped the Field of Global Health

Paul Farmer championed ideas about social justice and equity—about what health care should be

Environment

A Visit with the UCLA Art & Global Health Center  

A creative director and his team meld public health and art with communities around the globe

Governance

The Real Meaning of Omicron

Travel disruptions and shaky financial markets suggest the world is still far from prepared for pandemics

Governance

Wrong Code

How many HIV/AIDS deaths are we missing?

Governance

Criminalizing HIV Slows Progress

Discriminatory laws keep people from seeking care and prevention information

Gender

The Silent Spread of STDs During the Pandemic

With STD testing shortage, health-care providers fear undetected spread

Gender

Putting Women at the Center of HIV Prevention Research—and Beyond

While health-progress continues for many, women and girls continue to be left behind

Governance

COVID-19: An Investment in Our Economy

Policymakers and leaders must recognize that an investment in the health of our people is an investment in our economy