Category Archives: HIV/AIDS

HIV Negativity

Irony Alert: Today is World AIDS Day.  The publishing of this post was not timed to coincide with the event, but pretty cool, huh?   Living in Botswana, it’s hard to ignore it.  The estimates vary (as do the sampling … Continue reading

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The Case for Cost-Effectiveness

It appears I’ve engaged in a bit of a bait and switch.  At the end of my last post I promised to address the issue of HIV-related health expenditures dominating global health budgets and the adverse effects of such overfunding.  … Continue reading

Posted in Cost-effectiveness, global health, HIV, HIV/AIDS, life expectancy, priority-setting | 3 Comments