Entries by Todd Brown, MD, PhD

World AIDS Day 2020 Reflection–Frailty, Resilience, and Impact.

On December 1st 1988, the first World AIDS Day was observed to support people living with HIV (PLWH) and remember those who died during the initial phase of the AIDS epidemic.  Now, 32 years later, HIV has been transformed into a chronic disease with the widespread use of effective combination antiretroviral therapy. The goal of ending the HIV epidemic, while aspirational, is increasingly achievable with the widespread test and treat efforts and very effective prevention strategies. Continue Reading