A new book about HIV/AIDS — released for World AIDS Day (1st December, 2010) by the aids2031 group — calls for a sustained strategic response to the global threat of AIDS rather than just crisis management. This idea was originally launched in 2006 by the chief executive of UNAIDS, Professor Peter Piot — now director of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Heidi Larsen, Director of aids2031, talks about the prospects for fighting the global epidemic of HIV now and in the future.
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