An "AIDS Free Generation" is not some pie-in-the-sky dream. Rather it is an achievable goal -- and it is not actually terribly complex to achieve.
The international global health community is greeting this news with understandable excitement, but also some trepidation about the new kinds of challenges this breakthrough could present for countries on the front line of AIDS crisis.
Drug manufacturers opt to make pediatric HIV drugs much, much cheaper.
Here is a fascinating -- and wonky -- video from UNICEF. It relates something I didn't know: the largest number of new HIV infections is happening through spousal transmission.
Gambia's President Yahya Jammeh is planning to build a massive hospital for his herbal "cure" for HIV/AIDS. This is a disaster in the making.
We need to diversify how we fund the global fight against diseases like Malaria. The term of art for this is "innovative financing for development." The UN has a laboratory for this named Unitaid, and they deserve to win a Nobel Peace Prize.
This is not your everyday benefit concert. Tickets are not even being sold. They have to be earned. How a concert on the margins of the UN can help turn the tide against extreme global poverty.
This guy standing outside the entrance to the 2012 AIDS Conference is just wrong.