CSIS will host a dialogue focusing on the domestic and global policy implications of the new research and modeling presented in this special issue. Articles examine the subject from a variety of perspectives, including epidemiology, biological and behavioral factors in HIV transmission, the success of various interventions, costing a comprehensive response, and HIV among black MSM in the United States and elsewhere. Authors will discuss why current programs are failing and HIV epidemics among MSM are still increasing. Sharon Stash, CSIS Global Health Policy Center Senior Advisor, will moderate the discussion with authors Chris Beyrer, Kenneth H. Mayer, Greg A. Millett, and Patrick S. Sullivan, and discussant Chris Collins. The session will open with concise presentations of the key findings and policy recommendations, with the majority of the time reserved for questions and discussion.
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J. Stephen Morrison
Senior Vice President and Director, Global Health Policy Center
Center for Strategic and International Studies
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