'Turning the Tide Together'

Sulton, Anne T.
July 2012
Jackson Advocate;7/26/2012, Vol. 74 Issue 41, p1A
The article discusses the topics discussed in 2012 International AIDS conference in Washington. U.S. based Black AIDS Institute founder Phill Wilson has said that a comprehensive strategy is being developed and it would result in the end of the pandemic. He said to get zero infections it is possible with bold action and leadership that combats homophobia, and by encouraging saturated testing, on availability of treatment drugs and by implementing prevention strategies.


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