With Alison Symington
It has been forty years since the discovery of HIV—the virus responsible for AIDS. With effective testing and treatment now available, HIV has faded from the public consciousness, but it remains a serious and complex issue.
What is required to meet the global goal of ending HIV as a public health threat by 2030? And what does the HIV epidemic and response teach us about how to respond to other health emergencies, including pandemics?
About Alison Symington
Alison Symington is a legally trained advocate, writer, strategist, and project manager who will lead this discussion on HIV.