Tag: community-based HIV prevention programs

A new paper written by researchers from the OHTN, the AIDS Bureau, U of T and St. Michael’s Hospital has shown that community-based HIV prevention programs help avert new infections and save health care dollars. Here are some key findings: From 1987 – 2011, community-based prevention programs averted 16,672 new infections and saved the Ontario… Read more »

Chronic illness can have a huge impact on the economies of cities, regions and countries. Researchers in the U.S. have estimated that the lifetime cost of care for HIV can range from about $250,000 to $400,000 per person. One way to reduce healthcare costs is to invest in disease prevention programs delivered through community-based organizations…. Read more »