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Peru: Study Aims to Reveal How TB Spreads

Scientists have long debated the dynamics of how tuberculosis spreads in people, including whether MDR-TB is as likely to spread as drug-sensitive TB. Epidemiologists behind the Peru study, which followed 18,500 people for several years, hope that answering this question will better equip public health professionals to stop tuberculosis in all its forms. Read More ▸

Dr. Paul Farmer: Who Lives and Who Dies

Dr. Paul Farmer writes on the inequities of healthcare funding in "Who Lives and Who Dies," published February 5, 2015, in the London Review of Books. Read More ▸

#SecClinton to announce #PEPFARBlueprint for an AIDS-free generation. Read more and watch it live http://www.pepfar.gov #WorldAIDSDay

We can end HIV/AIDS today

Celebrating 25 years of Partners In Health

Together we can save mothers

On World AIDS Day PIH organizes games, distributes information

In Peru, staff combats epidemic by participating in HIV-awareness fair. Read More ▸

Surviving the mental health impact of tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS

In Peru, PIH has run group therapy and support projects since late 1990s. Read More ▸

Socios En Salud Celebrates 15 years of serving the poor in Peru

PIH's sister project reflects on successes, looks towards future. Read More ▸

World AIDS Day 2008: PIH partners celebrate with speeches, song, dance, and solidarity

Almost three decades after the emerging AIDS pandemic became widely recognized, staff and community members at Partners In Health sites around the world celebrated the achievements they and others have made in combating the spread and deadliness of the disease. Read More ▸

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—Dr. Paul Farmer
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