Scaled-Up Prevention and Care

Editors’ Note: This week we will highlight 5 takes on what is needed to end HIV in the US by 2030, from the Fall 2019 issue of Hopkins Bloomberg Public Health magazine. Read the complete series here.

“Funding for the [Trump administration's] initiative must be sustained, effective HIV prevention and care interventions must be brought to scale, and the administration’s policies must support rather than undercut the initiative. Fulfilling the first two conditions is not guaranteed, and the administration is failing the last. There is bold and visionary leadership at Health and Human Services, but HIV may end in the most capacitated jurisdictions and not others.”—Greg Millett, MPH, is vice president and director of Public Policy at amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research.

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