In statement, ABIA defends democracy, condemns lack of a unique message from the Brazilian federal government concerning COVID-19 and warns against militarization of health policy

The Brazilian Interdisciplinary AIDS Association (ABIA) expresses deep concern regarding President Jair Bolsonaro’s latest changes in the Ministry of Health and regarding hisactive support for a demonstration in favor of a military that was held on Sunday (April 19th) before the Army headquarters in Brasilia. ABIA joins the flood of critics against the event, remains vigilant and stands in defenseof democracy in Brazil.
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How small nudges could drive big changes in the global HIV epidemic

In South Africa, the country hit hardest hit by the HIV epidemic, behavioral factors are a major reason why HIV services are not widely used and are ultimately the leading barriers to ending the HIV epidemic.
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For African women at risk of HIV, a woke world is still sound asleep

The arrival in 2012 of a daily pill to prevent HIV infection was widely hailed as a breakthrough that could drive new infections worldwide to very low levels. Eight years later, it is having a strong impact in some places and little or none in others.
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ABIA repudiate Bolsonaro’s statement over people living with HIV

ABIA expresses its total rejection of the unfortunate declaration of the President of the Republic, Jair Bolsonaro, who in an attempt to justify the unjustifiable – the sexual abstinence policy recently announced by Minister Damares Alves -stated that “a person with HIV is an expense for everyone here in Brazil ”.
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Covid-19 and HIV

COVID-19: Some reflections*

COVID-19: Some reflections*
Jane Galvão

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