Dialogue Interview With Dr. Peter Piot

AIDS and the Next Quarter Century

Jan 16, 2008

Since 1983 Dr. Peter Piot has devoted his life to the fight against AIDS. Since 1995 he has done this as head of the global AIDS program of the United Nations. While there have been impressive advances in prevention and treatment of AIDS, the disease remains the fourth greatest killer worldwide. Today Piot feels that a heightened effort underscored by greater amounts of international funding can produce unprecedented advances over the next twenty years.

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