Recently it was my honor to be a moderator at the Syringe Exchange Victory Celebration in the US Capitol. We celebrated that after 21 years, Congress had finally repealed the ban on federal funding of syringe exchange.
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On May 10, 2010, The New York Times published a heartrending story on the faltering fight against AIDS in Uganda —a story that has sparked a firestorm of controversy and criticism of the Obama Administration's global AIDS strategy.
Some good news out of Uganda: A few weeks after the US Senate passed a resolution condemning Uganda's Anti-Homosexuality Bill, a special committee in Uganda has recommended the anti-homosexuality bill be withdrawn from Parliament.
Today, as we celebrate International Nurses Day, the health workforce crisis remains one of the greatest hurdles to realizing the right to health for all in developing countries.