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“In a speech to scientific and public-health leaders at the National Institutes of Health, Mrs. Clinton said recent research and modeling show that combining certain HIV-prevention methods can drastically reduce infections.”
“Yes, we have to make sure they receive a good education, job training, and training in life skills such as hygiene, budgeting and HIV-prevention.”
“The only good it has accomplished is that it has provided a brief moment when a few more people are thinking about and paying attention to HIV-prevention issues.”
“That's HIV-prevention messaging that may not please Larry Kramer and those who are hell-bent to use fear to bludgeon the psyches of young gay and bisexual men -- and in the process, further stigmatize those of us with HIV -- but it will change sexual behaviors and result in less HIV transmission.”
“If you had the math, I would totally be open to it," said Ms. Bambrick-Santoyo, research coordinator and director of a HIV-prevention project.”
“The United Nations, HIV-prevention nonprofits and other groups are pouring millions into safe-sex programs.”
“Also, Dr. Mary Shawa, the secretary for nutrition, HIV and AIDS in the president's office, expressed her support for a human rights approach to HIV-prevention that reached out to men in same-sex relationships following her attendance at a CEDEP-supported conference on HIV prevention with at-risk groups.”
“HIV-prevention pamphlets tailored to men having sex with men.”
“The organization laid the groundwork for its HIV-prevention activities with a groundbreaking 2006 study on the knowledge, attitudes, and practices of Malawi's lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) populations despite the overwhelmingly hidden nature of these groups and the complication that the concept of LGBT has little cultural currency in the country.”
“It is the first time an HIV-prevention method controlled by women, who bear the brunt of the epidemic in Africa, has been shown to work.”
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