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Open letter concerning the 2017 Estonian Presidency of the European Union

The region of Eastern Europe and Central Asia (EECA) is home to the fastest growing HIV and HCV epidemics and the highest rates of multi-drug resistant TB (MDR-TB) in the…

European AIDS Treatment News – EATN – Complete collection

  The EATG published the European AIDS Treatment News (EATN) for 10 years. This "newsletter" disseminated information for expert patients and treatment activists working across Europe. It contained the latest…

Webinar 14/12/2015- HIV and Tuberculosis: Current Guidelines and Treatment Developments for HIV/TB Co-Infection

  The European AIDS Treatment Group organised a webinar on Monday, Dec. 14, 4 to 5 p.m. CET to discuss the current HIV/TB co-infection epidemic and treatment guidelines as well as…

Treatment Advocacy Training Manual – English and Russian versions

Treatment Advocacy Training Manual English: Treatment Advocacy EN1 Treatment Advocacy Training Manual Russian: Treatment Advocacy RU1

Treatment Literacy Training Manual – English and Russian versions

Treatment Literacy Training Manual English: Treatment Literacy EN Treatment Literacy Training Manual Russian: Treatment Literacy RU

Clinical Trial Sites across Eastern Europe and Central Asia

Clinical trials and studies remain an important vehicle for some to access life-saving medication. In an attempt to make sure that pharmaceutical companies and CROs can diversify the list of trial…

ECAB Review Paper and Brochure

In 2013-2014 ECAB performed a thorough review of its history and processes, and performed a scientific analysis of how ECAB has been a novel and unique vehicle for knowledge production…

Webinar – Affordability and Access to Medicines

This webinar on the basics of affordability of and access to medicines is somewhat focused on Eastern Europe though it is relevant to other parts of Europe, too.  It addresses the…

EATG + AVAC Prevention Summit 1 Report

New Developments in HIV Prevention Meeting Report 2015  

STEPS – A community initiative to design the pathway to a long-term remission of HIV infection – Report