One of the biggest worldwide health problems of our day is still HIV. In 2017, 940,000 people died from AIDS-related causes, while 1.8 million people were HIV-positive.

We think we can put an end to the AIDS crisis. Globally, there was a 23% decrease in new HIV infections between 2010 and 2019. More people than ever before are receiving therapy.

We can stop new HIV infections and make sure those with AIDS are not forgotten if we continue to put a priority on the needs and rights of important communities. What Pathfinder does is this.

The creation of potent HIV medications that enable persons living with the virus to suppress it to undetectable levels and prevent the spread of the disease to others has made amazing strides over the past 40 years.

Although the antiretroviral (ARV) era has brought about an enormous improvement over the early stages of the HIV pandemic, there are still almost 38 million people living with HIV (PLHIV) globally.

These people must continue receiving therapies for the rest of their lives, which can be extremely taxing on their physical and mental health.

A cure is necessary if we are to achieve our aim of putting an end to the HIV epidemic and alleviate the significant burdens of ongoing treatment and societal stigma.

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