Over the last several decades tremendous advances have been made, particularly in recent years with the scaling-up of antiretroviral treatment and new advances in HIV prevention. Some say the medical tools to end the epidemic now exist. Yet, all the progress is set against the backdrop of shrinking resources and widening health disparities. How should significant medical breakthroughs be implemented, while assuring that those without resources, including those in the United States, are not left behind?
Phill Wilson, Black AIDS Institute
Paul Farmer, Partners In Health
Kenneth Mayer, Fenway Health
Dázon Dixon Diallo, SisterLove
Jean William Pape, GHESKIO
Jorge Saavedra, AIDS Healthcare Foundation