The Global Progress on HIV and AIDS and the Work That Remains

Despite - and in some ways because of - the success in South Africa and worldwide in the fight against AIDS, much work and many challenges remain.

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The History of Unrecognized “AIDS” in Monkeys 1969-1980: What Can We Learn for Future Outbreaks of Infectious Diseases?

AIDS was recognized in humans in 1981 and simian AIDS was described in 1983-1985. However, researchers anecdotally reported seeing cases of opportunistic infections of AIDS in monkeys much earlier.

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Creating an Interface between Health Authorities and Central Budget Agencies: Implications for Domestic Resource Mobilization for Health

When external health funding dwindles as government revenue grows in recipient countries, a natural reaction is to clamor for increased domestic financing for health.

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