Response to HIV crisis can serve as model for other global health problems

The response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic can serve as a model for other global health concerns, whether they be communicable diseases like tuberculosis, chronic diseases like hypertension or personal habits like smoking, said Thomas Quinn, M.D., National Institutes of Health distinguished investigator and founding director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health. Read more on Dr. Quinn, one of the leading experts in the world on the HIV pandemic, in this article by Leslie Cantu here