Published on December 15, 2012 at 2:22 AM
"If the world scales-up HIV treatment and prevention in the next two years, a critical tipping point -- in which those on treatment outnumber those newly infected with the virus -- could be reached, according to the global HIV prevention advocacy organization AVAC," PlusNews reports. The news service "breaks down the issues likely to top the HIV prevention agenda in the coming year," including better defining "combination prevention" for country- and local-level needs, preparing for new voluntary medical male circumcision methods, and protecting HIV prevention research funding (12/13).
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