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If you haven’t visited our P-Values blog recently, here’s some of what you’ve missed!

Demanding PrEP at SA AIDS 2015: Scenes from an Activist “Smackdown”
South African activists made their voices heard at the South African AIDS Conference — they are demanding access to PrEP for HIV prevention as an option for all South Africans who want and need it.

Announcing the Call for 2016 Advocacy Fellows
Our Fellows program works to expand the capacity of advocates and organizations to monitor, support and shape biomedical HIV prevention research and implementation of proven interventions worldwide. Learn more about the program and how to apply.

New START Data Fill in When to Start ART, Now the Question is How
New data from a trial looking at the individual health benefits of starting those living with HIV on antiretroviral therapy (ART) at CD4 counts above 350 gave further evidence in support of the expansion of ART access worldwide.

Federal HIV Research Funding in Jeopardy!
As the US Congress begins its 2016 budget process, HIV/AIDS research funding may be under attack. But this would be the worst time to scale back AIDS research. Now is the time to prioritize, not cut, research funding. 

Keeping an Eye on Phylogenetics
Analyzing the evolutionary tree of HIV to better understand the history of the virus — and its potential future.

Clearinghouse on Male Circumcision for HIV Prevention Redesigned
FHI360 in collaboration with WHO, UNAIDS and AVAC upgraded this web resource with enhanced form and functionality. 

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