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TREAT Asia (Therapeutics Research, Education, and AIDS Training in Asia) is a network of clinics, hospitals, and research institutions working with civil society to ensure the safe and effective delivery of HIV/AIDS treatments throughout Asia and the Pacific.

Why Has Asia Fallen Behind on HIV/AIDS?

Why Has Asia Fallen Behind on HIV/AIDS?

A new TREAT Asia infographic shows a stagnation in HIV program coverage in the Asia-Pacific compared to East and Southern Africa.

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Addressing a Shifting Epidemic

Addressing a Shifting Epidemic

The TREAT Asia Report Interview: Eamonn Murphy, UNAIDS Director, Regional Support Team for Asia and the Pacific

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HIV in Southeast Asia

HIV in Southeast Asia: Progress, Process, and the Work Ahead

The TREAT Asia Report Interview: Dr. Razia Pendse, Regional Advisor for the South-East Asia Regional Office of the WHO

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Partnering globally to find targeted solutions

New Leadership, New Solutions

The TREAT Asia Report Interview: Dr. François Dabis, Director of the French National Agency for Research on AIDS and Viral Hepatitis (ANRS)

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Early HIV Infection May Hold Key to Potential Cure

Early HIV Infection May Hold Key to Potential Cure

Dr. Jintanat Ananworanich of the U.S. Military HIV Research Program lays out a framework for the future of cure research.

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The Thai Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS and AIDS Access Foundation urge employers to focus on job candidates’ abilities and qualifications, not their HIV status.