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On the Edge: Uncertainty Grows over HIV Budgets

The HIV community is bracing for impact as acrimonious federal budgetary battles rage on. by Coco Jervis The eleventh hour “fiscal cliff” deal reached by Congress and the Obama administration on New Year’s Eve leaves much to be desired. By…

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A Global Plan to End AIDS Everywhere but at Home

The bold, aggressive new plan released by Hillary Clinton once again wildly surpasses in ambition what U.S. officials dare attempt in this country. This article was first published on December 1, 2012, in by Mark Harrington On Thursday, outgoing…

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Grief Is a Sword: A Eulogy for Spencer Cox

A brilliant HIV treatment activist, Spencer Cox directed TAG’s Antiviral Project from 1994–1999. He died of AIDS on December 18, 2012. Peter Staley delivered this eulogy at his memorial gathering in New York City on January 20, 2013.
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TAGline Winter 2013

Grief Is a Sword: A Eulogy for Spencer Cox; A Global Plan to End AIDS Everywhere but at Home ; On the Edge: Uncertainty Grows over HIV Budgets; Data Deluge at AASLD; Beyond ARVs: Advocacy for Non-AIDS Disease Management; TB Zeroes Campaign Achieves Big Win; TAG Welcomes the FDA Approval of the First New Drug for TB in 40 Years; Help Support Inclusion of Pegylated Interferon on the World Health Organization’s Essential Medicines List; Guide to Clinical Trials for People with Hepatitis C.
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Getting to Zero—Join the Movement!

By Colleen Daniels Tuberculosis (TB), a 40,000-year-old disease, still devastates communities although it has been preventable—and curable—for decades. In 2010, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported 8.8 million TB cases—1.4 million of them fatal—worldwide. TB is the leading cause of…

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Cure-Related Research at AIDS 2012

By Richard Jefferys At the recent International AIDS Conference in Washington, D.C. (AIDS 2012), the research effort to develop a cure for HIV infection attained a higher profile than it ever has in the past. At a press conference on…

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