Ending the HIV Epidemic Recommendations in Two "Big Ideas" Reports
Two new studies outline recommendations on adoption of strategies to end the HIV epidemic: rapid start strategies (getting people living with HIV on antiretroviral therapy as soon as possible in order to reduce the risk of transmission) and End the Epidemic plans that draw upon insights from various jurisdictions.
- Leveraging the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program to Make Rapid Start of HIV Antiretroviral Therapy Standard Practice provides rapid-start recommendations to HRSA's HIV/AIDS Bureau.
- State and Local ‘End the Epidemic’ Plans Can Drive HIV Progress outlines "End the Epidemic" ideas that draw upon ideas from various states and localities along with PrEP expansion and rapid start/care engagement recommendations.
Read more background about the reports, which were prepared by Georgetown University's O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law with funding from Gilead Sciences.