The symposium about new approaches to monitor HIV services and accelerate the response among men who have sex with men and transgender women in Latin America comes at a time of reflection in the 2019 Conference on HIV Science,
Even though there is not much awareness of the impacts of global warming on health yet, this phenomenon exacerbates the conditions of some diseases, such as dengue fever,
Impressive advances in some countries, troubling failures in others as available resources for HIV fall by nearly US$ 1 billion
In Argentina, shortages of antiretroviral medicines to treat the infection and preventive and diagnostic supplies for HIV, hepatitis and STIs, as well as in the sexual and reproductive health program have intensified.
The region has one of the highest rates of antiretroviral coverage in the world.
Latin America has come to a halt in the response to HIV,
In Mexico City, between July 21 and July 24, 2019, another edition of the IAS Conference on HIV Science (IAS 2019) was organized by the International AIDS Society
20 July 2019 I Mexico City, Mexico – The TB-HIV Symposium, held prior to the 10th IAS Conference on HIV Science,
Etienne highlighted that scientific innovation has led to unprecedented progress against the disease. She emphasized that the road to ending AIDS relies on ensuring health access and coverage for all.