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Neglected no more (social media kit) Unitaid's new initiative to reduce deaths from HIV-related diseases

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NEW INVESTMENT: 1 M people still die from #HIV-related diseases each year. We are targeting the top infectious killers of people living with HIV to slash mortality from #AdvancedHIVDisease . #TB #crypto

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We are investing US$ 20 M to transform management of #AdvancedHIVDisease and save people from preventable and treatable opportunistic infections. #HIV #TB #crypto

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1 M people still die from HIV-related diseases each year, but we have new medicines and diagnostics to save them. We intend to make these health products more affordable and available to reduce mortality from #AdvancedHIVdisease.

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#CryptococcalMeningitis is one of the leading causes of death among people with #HIV. An effective cure for crypto has been around for 50 years, but it is not getting to all those who need it. Our latest investment intends to make it much more widely available.

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One of the best medicines for treating #cryptococcalMeningitis is expensive and in short supply. Our latest investment aims to make this drug and other critical health products for #AdvancedHIVDisease more widely available & affordable to save lives

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Dr. Stephen Watiti, a Ugandan doctor living with HIV, says that advanced HIV disease can be tackled: "We know what works; what we now want is for medicines and diagnostics to reach people who need them."

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"I am back on my feet, and so could be many other people, if diagnostics and medicines were made available to them," says Patrick, a survivor of advanced HIV disease from Malawi

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We are investing US$ 20 million to avert deaths from HIV-related diseases, building on our work with @CHAI to facilitate earlier detection of HIV and expand access to the best antiretrovirals.

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