Dean’s message: HIV/AIDS at 30: Turning the corner
HSPH researchers have made fundamental discoveries about HIV/AIDS and translated knowledge into action.
AIDS at 30: Hard lessons and hope
Thirty years after the first official reports about HIV/AIDS, we look back on the human devastation and forward to a changed social landscape.
When infection won’t quit
TB, AIDS, and malaria are finding new ways to resist treatment
HSPH alum tracks clues to pandemics before they erupt
Nathan Wolfe: Mission possible
South Africa’s misguided AIDS policies
Former president’s rule resulted in hundreds of thousands of early deaths and preventable infections
A low-tech way to combat HIV/AIDS
The world is finally waking up to male circumcision
Trafficked: Sexual slavery in the age of AIDS
Of Nepalese women and girls trafficked between 1997 and 2005, HSPH researchers found that 38 percent had HIV. At greatest risk by far, they discovered, were children—those who fetched the highest prices, perhaps because of their presumed virginity.
HIV/AIDS at year 25
Africa is the epicenter of HSPH-led drug and vaccine research
Saving mothers and infants from HIV
New drug regimen could revolutionize care in the developing world
Saving lives, two by two
Preventing AIDS in stable couples where one partner is HIV positive
Photo: CDC/ C. Goldsmith, P. Feorino, E. L. Palmer, W. R. McManus