World AIDS Day 2012: PEPFAR’s Blueprint for an AIDS-Free Generation

Success motivates action. All of us are much more willing to continue to invest in something that has produced results than in something that hasn’t.


World AIDS Day 2012

This week, as we gathered in the White House with key scientists, policymakers, and community stakeholders to commemorate World AIDS Day, I was so proud to help highlight the progress we’ve made in the fight against HIV/AIDS. Last year marked the anniversary of the third decade of the HIV epidemic, and new HIV infections are decreasing worldwide. People diagnosed with HIV can now expect to live a normal lifespan with the help of highly effective medications– a dramatic shift from the early days of the epidemic.


Analysis: Health Exchanges And The Litigation Landscape

If you think that the Affordable Care Act has surmounted all of the major legal attacks its opponents could come up with, think again. Critics of the federal health law have only begun to fight, although most of their battles are decidedly uphill.


How Illinois HIV Criminalization Law Has Changed

In my role as director of government relations for the AIDS Foundation of Chicago (AFC), I have to come to terms with the reality that the legislative process often means having to make ugly compromises.

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