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Eric Goosby

Ambassador, U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator 

Continuing Our March to an AIDS-Free Generation and Improved Global Health

Ambassador Goosby Delivers Remarks on Global AIDS

Note: The AIDS.gov team would like to thank Ambassador Goosby for his leadership in the global response to HIV/AIDS, and for the inspiration he has offered to all those working to create an AIDS-free generation. Ambassador Goosby has been a remarkable colleague, and we are grateful to him and to his staff in the Office…

Through PEPFAR Support, One Million Babies Born HIV-Free

Ambassador Eric Goosby, U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator and Ambassador at Large

At the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), we measure our progress with metrics that account for every program, dollar, and service received. While these indicators help us become more efficient and effective in the work we do, their significance pales when compared with the most important metric of all — a life saved….

PEPFAR: Ten Years of Saving Millions of Lives

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Ten years ago today, the United States Congress, in a remarkable display of compassion and bipartisanship, passed overwhelmingly legislation that established an historic and transforming global health program now known as PEPFAR — the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief. At the time that PEPFAR was conceived of and then established during the George W….

A Critical Tool Toward Creating an AIDS-Free Generation

Woman Feeds Her Baby a Bottle of Formula

On Mother’s Day, we celebrate the many exceptional women in our lives and around the globe. Today, and every day, we are grateful for — and indebted to — the billions of mothers and other women who serve as the glue that keeps our families and communities together. Unfortunately, in the fight against AIDS, women…

Supporting Children Is Vital To Achieving an AIDS-Free Generation

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“There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its children.” — Nelson Mandela, former president of South Africa The impact of HIV and AIDS on children is devastating. To date, an estimated 16 million children have lost one or both parents due to AIDS, 90 percent of whom…

World Health Day: Meeting the Challenges That Affect Us All

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As we recognize World Health Day  today, we are reminded that disease knows no borders and that we share a common interest in global health concerns including seeing a generation without AIDS, ending preventable child deaths, and building and strengthening sustainable health systems to meet the health challenges that affect us all. The U.S. government has been…

World Tuberculosis Day: Confronting TB/HIV Co-Infection

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This Sunday, March 24, is World Tuberculosis (TB) Day. Around the world, countries will mark the day in 1882 when Dr. Robert Koch announced his discovery of the bacterium that causes TB. Since the 1980s, this day has also served as a rallying call to raise public awareness and recommit political will toward eliminating the disease….

Statement by Ambassador Eric Goosby, M.D., U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator, on report of the first child to be ‘functionally cured’ of HIV

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March 6, 2013 This case brings new hope for young children infected with HIV. We eagerly await further research on these findings and whether the experience of the child can be replicated in clinical trials involving other HIV-exposed children. The doctors’ use of early and aggressive antiretroviral treatment in this child raises questions for further…

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