World AIDS Day
Dec 01, 2009

By Amy Pisani
December 1 is World AIDS Day 2009.  USAID and its partners throughout the globe are using this day to spread success stories in the fight against HIV/AIDS.  New discoveries in both treatment and vaccine research bring hope to those dealing with this crisis, particularly in the developing world where lack of financial resources strengthens the virus’ ability to wreak havoc on the lives of millions.  Click here to read about a new breakthrough in research for a vaccine against HIV discovered by scientists from the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative (IAVI).


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