At the time of writing, many scientists, clinicians, activists, and others were gathered in Vancouver, BC, Canada for the International AIDS Society meeting July 19–22, the community was buoyed by recent good news. At the end of June, Cuba announced that it had halted mother-to-child transmission of HIV, the first country to do so, and on July 14 UNAIDS revealed in their report How AIDS Changed Everything that the target of 15 million people receiving antiretroviral treatment for HIV had been achieved by March 2015, 9 months ahead of schedule.
An end to AIDS is possible, but not without an end to HIV / L. Tang, S. Kottilil, M.E. Herce, R.J. Flick, Á.H. Borges, J.D. Lundgren, M.B. Blank, M.M. Eisenberg, S. Riva, S. Nobili, G. Pravettoni, R. Ma, W. Leber, J. Anderson, J. Figueroa, C. Griffiths. - In: THE LANCET. HIV. - ISSN 2405-4704. - 2:8(2015 Aug), pp. e307-e307.
|Titolo:||An end to AIDS is possible, but not without an end to HIV|
|Settore Scientifico Disciplinare:||Settore M-PSI/01 - Psicologia Generale|
|Data di pubblicazione:||ago-2015|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI):||http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S2352-3018(15)00139-3|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||01 - Articolo su periodico|