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Scott McQuade
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Scott McQuade advocates on health and development
Scott McQuade advocates on health and development

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Happy birthday to all people living longer thanks to treatment. Now to get another 22m people onto treatment.

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For those indulgent moments...

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A day in the lift of 8 people who use drugs. This trailer provides some insights into their common interests and specific issues around the world.

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For all ages...

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RESPECT
1 March is #ZeroDiscrimination Day

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I prefer to judge after the fact, but forewarned is forearmed.

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"There are now more ways to do it. Protecting yourself from HIV that is." 

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Big vision, big promises
"Polio will soon be history. In our lifetimes, malaria will end. No one will die from AIDS. Few people will get TB. Children everywhere will be well nourished. And the death of a child in the developing world will be just as rare as the death of a child in the rich world.

"We can’t put a date on these events, and we don’t know the sequence, but we’re confident of one thing: The future will surprise the pessimists."



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What should the AIDS response look like?
More precisely, how should the United Nations response to HIV and AIDS be structured? Have a say: a Global Review Panel on the future model of the UNAIDS Joint Programme is inviting your thoughts, until 10 February. Their conclusions may well change how the UN, and member states, set about ending the AIDS epidemic. The public forums focus on working together, governance, and financing and accountability.
35 million people have died so far. 37 million people are currently living with HIV. Around 2 million people will be newly infected this year. How do we end this?!

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'Global gag rule' on abortion puts $9bn in health aid at risk, activists say

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