Deal leaves risks for global health to fall or be pushed off the cliff

Monday, January 14, 2013

The deadline-driven deal with which lawmakers rang in the New Year reflected an agreement not to jump off a fiscal cliff — at least until March — but leaves suspended in mid-air the fates of programs essential to meeting the goals of continued global health responses — including the implementation of PEPFAR’s Blueprint for an AIDS-free generation, and whatever promise the new Office of Global Health Diplomacy will offer.

Source: Science Speaks Blog (link opens in a new window)

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