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While building on the momentum of the UN Summit in September 2011, this satellite recognizes that PLHIV both treated and untreated, suffer from co-morbidities due to chronic NCDS. This satellite will examine the role of chronic NCDs and their link with HIV. More specifically, we will review lessons learned from the AIDS Decade of the 2000s and determine what lessons can be leveraged and applied beyond 2015 in the context of an emerging global burden of chronic NCDs. We will also discuss how we can use this current momentum to re-engineer the primary health care model so that it leads to sustainable, cost-efficient, comprehensive and integrated health systems that facilitate the achievement of universal health coverage for chronic NCDs in lower and middle income countries. Partners include: MSH; Government of Tanzania; Sir George Alleyne (Pan American Health Organization); AMPATH; Harvard and University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
- John Donnelly, United States
- Dr. Jonathan Quick, United States
Why We Still Need Advocacy for Chronic NCDs Post UN-Summit, How Do We Create Shared Responsibility of This dual Epidemic and Why Here at the AIDS 2012 Conference
- Sir George Alleyne, Barbados
What We Know About HIV Today and Its Implication Beyond 2015
- Till Baernighausen, United States
Evidence-based service delivery models for care and treatment of persons with HIV
- Jemima Kamano, Kenya
Leveraging Public and Private Investments in Global Health to Combat Cervical and Breast Cancer / Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon Initiative
- Doyin Oluwole, United States
The Tanzania Model and Government Perspective on Tackling the Dual Epidemics
- Ayoub Mmbando, United Republic of Tanzania
Watch “Mildred’s story: Treating HIV & Chronic NCDs,” a video from STAR-E project in Uganda, that premiered at this session.