AVAC report demands greater access to combination prevention strategies.

AVAC report demands greater access to combination prevention strategies, protection of research funding AVAC: Global Advocacy for HIV Avoidance on Tuesday released its annual record that demands an ambitious speed of funding, implementation, and analysis, VOA News reviews, noting the report, titled Achieving the End: TWELVE MONTHS and Counting, demands a three-component agenda for ending AIDS: Deliver, Demonstrate, and Develop . The report's recommendations address urgent, unresolved problems that threaten the delivery of powerful new HIV prevention methods that may help dramatically reduce the 2.5 million new HIV infections that take place every year worldwide, an AVAC news release states, continuing, They include critical actions to speed access to HIV treatment, voluntary medical male circumcision and pre-exposure prophylaxis , and to safeguard vital new research on vaccines, microbicides, other HIV prevention options and a cure.Chosen annually, the Access Awards honor individuals, companies and institutions that eliminate or considerably reduce inequities confronted by people who are blind or visually impaired. Major Group Baseball , NV Access, Leader Dogs for the Blind, and Lauren Lieberman, Ph.D. Represent this year’s recipients for creating new criteria of accessibility and a better quality of lifestyle for those who are blind or visually impaired.