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From Death Sentence to Debt Sentence – by Marina Galanti
5 Mar 2015
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From Death Sentence to Debt Sentence – by Marina Galanti

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The many breakthroughs in HIV have not been matched with the shift in financing perspective that is required by a disease with chronic as well as infectious characteristics, with the attendant financial and ethical burden that this entails.

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An Unfinished Agenda – by Rifat Atun, Shaloo Puri and Gabriel Seidman
5 Mar 2015
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An Unfinished Agenda – by Rifat Atun, Shaloo Puri and Gabriel Seidman

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RethinkHIV convened a roundtable event co-hosted by the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health to explore the fiscal challenges of HIV. This workshop was titled “From a Death Sentence to a Debt Sentence: Meeting the Challenge of Long-term Liabilities of HIV funding",

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