Making the European Patients’ Academy on Therapeutic Innovation sustainable

05/07

EFOEUPATI   The EATG is involved in the IMI-funded EFOEUPATI Project (Ensuring the Future of EUPATI - the European Patients’…

Medicines shortages: take part in a survey of the EU Civil Society Forum on HIV, Hepatitis and TB

19/06

A month ago more than 30 Civil Society organisations reached out to the European Commission asking for a strong EU engagement…

EATG 2018 annual report is out now

14/06

Today we are launching the European AIDS Treatment Group Annual Report for 2018. This was a year of closing and…

New UNAIDS report shows backsliding and broken promises in the global AIDS response

17/07

Eshowe, South Africa, July 16, 2019 — UNAIDS released new data regarding the state of the global AIDS response today,…

Universal test and treat won’t stop HIV epidemic

17/07

Universal test-and-treat strategies resulted in "modest to no reductions" in new HIV transmissions in three large population-based studies, writes Salim Abdool-Karim, MD,…

The new face of HIV and treating the ‘hardly reached’

17/07

MEXICO CITY — For Wendy Armstrong, MD, who still sees patients die from complications of AIDS, news of monthly injectable HIV treatment,…

Making the European Patients’ Academy on Therapeutic Innovation sustainable

05/07

EFOEUPATI   The EATG is involved in the IMI-funded EFOEUPATI Project (Ensuring the Future of EUPATI - the European Patients’…

Medicines shortages: take part in a survey of the EU Civil Society Forum on HIV, Hepatitis and TB

19/06

A month ago more than 30 Civil Society organisations reached out to the European Commission asking for a strong EU engagement…

EATG 2018 annual report is out now

14/06

Today we are launching the European AIDS Treatment Group Annual Report for 2018. This was a year of closing and…

New UNAIDS report shows backsliding and broken promises in the global AIDS response

17/07

Eshowe, South Africa, July 16, 2019 — UNAIDS released new data regarding the state of the global AIDS response today,…

Universal test and treat won’t stop HIV epidemic

17/07

Universal test-and-treat strategies resulted in "modest to no reductions" in new HIV transmissions in three large population-based studies, writes Salim Abdool-Karim, MD,…

The new face of HIV and treating the ‘hardly reached’

17/07

MEXICO CITY — For Wendy Armstrong, MD, who still sees patients die from complications of AIDS, news of monthly injectable HIV treatment,…