This month the Center for Global Health Policy concluded its series of interviews in commemoration of 30 years of HIV/AIDS on its blog, Science Speaks. The Center interviewed John G. Bartlett, MD, FIDSA, a past president of IDSA, who spoke frankly about hiding his treatment of AIDS patients from hospital administrators in the early 1980s, key scientific breakthroughs over the years, and his views on the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) program moving forward. Wafaa El-Sadr, MD, MPH, FIDSA, discussed the parallels in treating populations in the U.S. and in Africa, the greatest achievements in the pandemic’s 30 years, and what drew her to the cause. Other interviews included the Peace Corps’ Buck Buckingham, former U.S. Global AIDS Ambassador Mark R. Dybul, MD, and reflections from Global AIDS Coordinator Eric Goosby, MD. Check out the series at Science Speaks.
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