Transformation of HIV from pandemic to low-endemic levels: a public health approach to combination prevention.

@article{Jones2014TransformationOH,
  title={Transformation of HIV from pandemic to low-endemic levels: a public health approach to combination prevention.},
  author={Alexandra Jones and {\'I}de Cremin and Fareed Abdullah and John A. Idoko and Peter Cherutich and Nduku Kilonzo and Helen V Rees and Timothy B Hallett and Kevin R. O'Reilly and Florence M. Koechlin and Bernhard Schwartlander and Barbara De Zalduondo and Susan C Kim and Jonathan S. Jay and Jacqueline Huh and Peter K. Piot and Mark Dybul},
  journal={Lancet},
  year={2014},
  volume={384 9939},
  pages={272-9}
}
Large declines in HIV incidence have been reported since 2001, and scientific advances in HIV prevention provide strong hope to reduce incidence further. Now is the time to replace the quest for so-called silver bullets with a public health approach to combination prevention that understands that risk is not evenly distributed and that effective interventions can vary by risk profile. Different countries have different microepidemics, with very different levels of transmission and risk groups… CONTINUE READING