SPOTLIGHT: AIDS response has shortchanged children, researchers say

While AIDS research and treatment have come a long way, the global response to AIDS hasn't done a great job of meeting children's needs, according to health workers speaking at the International AIDS Conference this week. Though governments and donors provide substantial funding for HIV treatment in the developing world, too little of it reaches pregnant women and children, some said. Article

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