Category Archives: Dr. Anthony Fauci

  1. From ‘What if’ to ‘What Now’: Implementing the New Prevention Technologies

    Via AIDSMap, by Gus Cairns. Two consecutive sessions at the sixth International AIDS Society conference in Rome yesterday were devoted, now we have convincing scientific data on the benefits of treatment as prevention and PrEP, to putting these new prevention methods into practice. “We have moved from ‘What if?’ to ‘What now?’” was the comment of Mitchell Read More >>

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  2. IAS 2011: Day 2 Press Release

    OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE – DAY 2 16.30 (CET), MONDAY JULY 18 Antiretroviral Treatment is HIV Prevention: The proof is here Leading researchers and international experts to discuss the policy and prevention implications of three groundbreaking trial results: the HPTN O52 study, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention TDF2 study and the University of Washington Partners PrEP Read More >>

    antiretroviral therapy, ARV, ARVs, Dr. Anthony Fauci, HIV/AIDS, HIV/AIDS policy, IAS, IAS 2011, new prevention technologies, prevention, Rome, Treatment as Prevention
  3. Fauci – AIDS: Let Science Inform Policy

    via Science, by Anthony S. Fauci Thirty years have passed since the first cases of acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) were reported by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. How does this anniversary compare to the 20th or the 10th? The differences are considerable, because we now have an unprecedented opportunity, based on solid scientific Read More >>

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  4. Despite Strings, NIH Will Focus Money on Science

    via Med Page Today, by Emily P. Walker Although $10.4 billion allocated to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in the economic stimulus bill is aimed at creating jobs, a top official said the agency will still fund projects based on their science, rather than their economic impact. However, Anthony S. Fauci, M.D., director of the National Read More >>

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  5. A Policy Cocktail for Fighting HIV – by Fauci

    [One BIG problem with this cocktail is the ingredient that is missing – MICROBICIDES. Why is this neglected?] via Washington Post, by Dr. Anthony S. Fauci In the absence of a vaccine, three bold new approaches to controlling the HIV/AIDS pandemic are being discussed by those working in medicine and public health. These approaches are still in Read More >>

    Dr. Anthony Fauci, HIV transmission, HIV/AIDS policy, new prevention technologies, PrEP, vaccine
  6. Fauci Validates Need for RECTAL Microbicides

    Statement of Anthony S. Fauci, M.D. Director, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases National Institutes of Health on National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness and Information Day February 7, 2009 Excerpt: “Treatment is no substitute for prevention, however. NIAID-funded investigators are working to develop and validate new methods to protect against HIV infection, including microbicides that could be Read More >>

    Dr. Anthony Fauci, HIV transmission, HIV/AIDS policy, new prevention technologies, NIAID, NIH, PrEP, rectal microbicide, vaccine, vaginal microbicide