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New on LIDC blog: Splitting the (HIV) Bill

1 December is World AIDS Day. 

Recent years have seen major biomedical advances in the field of HIV prevention, with innovations such as pre-exposure prophylaxis and early use of antiretrovirals to reduce the infectiousness of new patients. However, the number of people newly infected with HIV continues to grow, and there are clear limits to how far we can fight the virus on a purely biomedical front. 

Tanya Abramsky, a researcher and writer in the Social and Mathematical Epidemiology group (SaME) at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, explains what structural interventions are, and how to finance them in her latest post on the LIDC blog. 

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