More than 23,000 delegates from over 195 countries are gathered this week (July 22-27, 2012) in Washington, D.C., for the XIX International AIDS Conference.
Richard G. Marlink, Beal Professor of the Practice of Public Health at Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) and executive director of the HSPH AIDS Initiative, is participating in the conference. He talked with WBUR’s CommonHealth July 25, 2012 about the conference and his views on where we stand in the fight against AIDS.
AIDS at 30: Hard Lessons and Hope (Harvard Public Health Review Special Report)
End to 30-year War Against AIDS in Sight (HSPH press release: AIDS@30)
Aging HIV/AIDS Survivors Place Growing Demands on Health System (Voice of America interview with Till Baernighausen, assistant professor of global health at HSPH)