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Getting Off to a Quick Start on HIV Prevention Research in 2016

January 7, 2016

Dear Advocate,

Happy New Year! We’re off to a busy start. If you haven’t visited our P-Values blog yet in 2016, here’s what you’ve missed.
Develop, Demonstrate, Deliver: Model shows AIDS vaccine essential to conclusively ending the epidemic
With recent advances in ARV-based HIV prevention implementation, some may ask whether the world still needs an AIDS vaccine to end the epidemic. A new modeling analysis answers this question with a resounding yes.

When PrEP Educators Don’t Like PrEP
Minister Rob Newells has a message to PrEP naysayers.

Activist Asserts African LGBTQ Alliances Overseas are Key to Protective Policy and HIV Services
The New York Times recently argued that the new level of LGBTQ harassment in Africa is an unintended consequence of increased American support for protective policies. Ugandan activist Paul Semugoma fervently disagrees.

Sweet 16: HIV Advocates to Watch in 2016
AVAC joins My Fabulous Disease Blogger, Mark King, in his recognition and praise for the promise of 16 diverse HIV leaders. 



Help us celebrate 20 years of accomplishments—and, more importantly, help ensure that we can continue to convene, collaborate and communicate a strong, clear and cohesive vision for HIV prevention today, tomorrow and to end the epidemic. Please consider making a donation to AVAC!


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