Who Will Suffer Most if U.S. AIDS Funding Ends.

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2023-10

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<jats:p>The President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) is among the most successful US global health programs. It has moved HIV/AIDS from a certain death to a treatable disease. PEPFAR is now in danger of not being renewed. This perspective seeks to highlight the voice of perinatally HIV-infected Tanzanian youth.</jats:p>

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10.1093/jpids/piad081

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Dow, Dorothy, and Blandina Mmbaga (2023). Who Will Suffer Most if U.S. AIDS Funding Ends. Journal of the Pediatric Infectious Diseases Society. p. piad081. 10.1093/jpids/piad081 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/29334.

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Dorothy Elizabeth Dow

Associate Professor of Pediatrics

Dorothy Dow, MD, MSc is Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Assistant Research Professor at the Duke Global Health Institute.  Dr. Dow’s research focuses on prevention and treatment of HIV in pediatric populations including prevention of mother-to-child transmission and a focus on adolescent and young adult populations.  Dr. Dow is co-chair of IMPAACT Network Protocol 2016 and a member of the AHISA network.  She is co-site leader of the Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre-Duke University Collaboration where she works nearly full time in Moshi, Tanzania, though returns to Duke University Medical Center two-weeks twice per year to attend on the clinical inpatient consult service. 

 

Blandina Mmbaga

Adjunct Associate Professor of Global Health

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