On 20 November 2017, UNAIDS announced that 21 million people living with HIV are now accessing life-saving antiretroviral therapy (ART). For many, this is a landmark achievement and a promising sign that the Fast-Track targets can be met, and the world can end AIDS as a public health threat by 2030. Others are more skeptical.
The partnerships forged between people living with HIV and researchers have been an essential foundation upon which the response to the HIV epidemic has grown and the time has come to reaffirm and recommit to principles of inclusion and respect in the conduct of presenting research findings that impacts on our lives. The early years
Click here to read\download English version: ICASO es un miembro permanente del Comité Coordinador de las Conferencias Internacionales sobre SIDA. Este Comité es el encargado de desarrollar el tema y el programa de las Conferencias Internacional, incluyendo AIDS2018, que se llevará a cabo en Amsterdam, Holanda entre el 23 y 27 de julio 2018.
For nearly 30 years, ICASO has played a vital role as the community voice in the global fight against HIV and AIDS. At a time when governments, researchers, donors and the United Nations system were only beginning to understand the magnitude of the challenges posed by this global epidemic, our founders fought for a place
There is a humanitarian crisis in Venezuela, the home country of our Executive Director Mary Ann Torres. This is a crisis of many facets, but it is above all, humanitarian: people are dying of hunger. People are dying of preventable, treatable infections. Our friends living with HIV are dying of AIDS. Journalist Stephanie Nolen summarized