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Fall 2014
Next Steps: Beyond Women and Children First


o baby should be born with HIV. From work done at Harvard and elsewhere, we’ve learned how to break the chain of HIV transmission from pregnant mothers to their kids. Policy and implementation programs are quickly catching up to the science. In this issue, we feature next steps in pediatric HIV/AIDS research, including the possibility of an infant cure; the troubling mortality rates of kids exposed to HIV in the womb; and a profile of the unflappable Dr. Anthony Ogwu. Click here for the latest issue.


 

From the Ground U[

From the Ground Up is a three-volume collection of best practices and lessons learned contributed by over 320 distinguished HIV/AIDS professionals from around the globe, with a special focus on sub-Saharan Africa. Learn more and order the publication.

 

HAI in the News

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Professor Max Essex, Chairman, Harvard School of Public Health AIDS Initiative

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Max Essex

International Innovation Research Media Ltd
Having been at the forefront of HIV/AIDS laboratory research for the past three decades, Max Essex explains how HAI is dedicating its resources to research and education to end the AIDS epidemic in Africa. (more).

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