I love plenaries. They’re the best way to start a long day at the International AIDS Conference. Big ideas. Bold proposals. The long view. They can generate enough thrills to keep you jazzed through a long day’s schedule of even the most prosaic, data-jammed sessions.
Few populations are more threatened by the global HIV epidemic than men who have sex with men (MSM). In many regions, they are up to nine times more vulnerable to HIV than the general population. This vulnerability is due, in part, to unsafe sexual behaviors, but also to the social stigmatization, marginalization, and violence that … Continue reading “Don’t Forget MSM”