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May 2009
Vol. 19 No. 5
Global ID
Call for Cases: Innovative HIV/TB Programs in the Developing World

As policymakers in Washington, DC, make vital decisions on global health, IDSA’s Center for Global Health Policy wants to spotlight the work of physicians and scientists on the front lines of preventing and treating the twin epidemics of HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis in the developing world.

The Center is looking for compelling stories about what’s happening in research labs, clinical trials, and field programs to help inform decisions made at the White House and in Congress on spending and other key issues. The Center will use these stories to highlight innovative approaches to HIV prevention, TB control, and HIV/TB co-infection.

The Center is particularly interested in programs that merit scale-up. Submissions should be grounded in research, clinical practice, training, or program activity relevant to resource-poor settings that hold implications for U.S. government policy or practice.

Send information to globalhealth@idsociety.org or IDSA, Attn: Global Health, 1300 Wilson Blvd., Suite 300, Arlington, VA  22209.
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