Tag: James Wilton

March Review of What’s Hot in HIV Research

What’s Hot: The HIV Treatment Cascade I didn’t attend AIDS 2012 in Washington last July, but I do remember that when others came back they were all abuzz about the concept of the treatment cascade as possibly the next “big thing” in the way that we conceptualize HIV prevention and treatment. Now, many months later,… Read more »

In this guest blog post, CATIE’s James Wilton explores the challenges and opportunities in moving research around new HIV prevention technologies into practice, highlighting the important role of community based organizations in implementing new approaches to HIV prevention and in doing community-based research to evaluate new models of intervention. ——————————————————————————————————- Moving research on new “biomedical”… Read more »