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Innovations in HIV treatment, prevention and care
Dr. Laura Guay and Bas Hoefman discuss how recent innovations can help expand HIV treatment for children and their families. 1 Dec 2009
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More than a bailout
Linda Richter and Ahmed Hussein discuss what social protection can do for AIDS-affected children, in the context of the global economic crisis. 29 Sept 2009
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 Allies against AIDS
In southern Africa, adolescent girls are about three times more likely than adolescent boys to be infected with HIV. Gary Barker and Noerine Kaleeba discuss why boys must be part of the solution. 31 August 2009
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 Early intervention and diagnosis
Dr. Shaffiq Essajee, of the Clinton Foundation HIV/AIDS Initiative; Mathakane Metsing, a mother living with HIV who counsels other mothers in Lesotho; and Felix Masi, of Voiceless Children in Kenya; discuss the barriers developing countries face in testing infants for HIV. 1 December 2008
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 Supporting and protecting mothers living with HIV
Dr. Mitch Besser of mothers2mothers, Nazneen Damji of UNIFEM, and Dr. Ruth Bamela Engo of African Action on AIDS discuss how the lack of support and protection for mothers living with HIV is deeply tied to gender inequality. 18 November 2008
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Innovations in HIV treatment, prevention and care

Dr. Laura Guay of the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, and Bas Hoefman, co-Founder of Text to Change in Uganda, discuss how recent innovations can help expand HIV treatment for children and their families.

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