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Many countries have made progress in reducing the number of new HIV infections through comprehensive prevention efforts. But much work still needs to be done. New HIV infections could be significantly reduced if effective prevention programs are expanded and reach those at greatest risk of HIV infection.

Learn more below and visit the program page for more details about our work in this area.

Thank You, Canada!

This September, world leaders are gathering in Canada to renew global commitment to the fight against AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria and Canada is leading the charge.

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Want the Latest on Next-Generation Medical Research? Ask the Next Generation.

Tackling infectious disease requires next-generation thinking. Meet the next generation.

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Improving sexual and reproductive health and rights for young adolescents in Kenya

The underlying causes for adolescent pregnancy and resulting school dropout are complex and include issues such as parent-child communication, gender inequity, a lack of services and high-quality comprehensive sexuality education for young adolescents (aged 10-14 years). With the majority of Kenya's population under 25 years, and two out of every five people under the age of 15, there is an urgent need for change.

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New Leaders Named for WHO Global Malaria Program and UNITAID

The World Health Organization (WHO) has appointed two new leaders in the fight against HIV, TB and malaria.

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International AIDS Conference Focuses on Picking up the Pace Against HIV

Last week, I boarded a flight from Los Angeles to Melbourne, skimmed the official program of the 20th International AIDS Conference, circled a few of the stories I wanted to cover, and went to sleep. By the time I landed, the lead story had changed.

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