Questions for "Meet the Journalist: Jon Cohen"

  1. Where will Cohen report?
  2. Why did he select these places?
  3. What does Cohen say is at the foundation of the ending AIDS movement?
  4. How will Cohen be reporting this story?

Questions for "San Francisco's Bold AIDS Mission Is 'Getting to Zero' by 2030"

  1. What is the RAPID treatment?
  2. What is the “Getting to Zero” campaign?
  3. What is PREP? Why do people take it?

Questions for "Why the South Is the Epicenter of the AIDS Crisis in America"

  1. Describe the prevalence of HIV in the South.
  2. According to the CDC, what is the projected percentage of black gay, bisexual and transgender men that will be diagnosed with HIV in their lifetimes?
  3. What is the leading cause of people dropping out of HIV care?
  4. What does Driffin say is the achilles heel of HIV prevention in the south?

Questions for "Ending Aids in New York Means Finding the Most Vulnerable"

  1. What percentage of people living with HIV in the United States live in New York City?
  2. What are the estimated costs for a lifetime of HIV treatment?

Questions for "How Rwanda, Once Torn by Genocide, Became a Global Anti-AIDS Leader"

  1. How long has it been since Rwanda reported a case of HIV being passed from mother to child?
  2. Describe the HIV prevention programs in Rwanda before the 1994 genocide.
  3. What programs have been put in place for young adults that were born with HIV?

Questions for "South Africa's Bid to End AIDS"

  1. What is the 90-90-90 goal?
  2. What research challenges the 90-90-90 goal?
  3. How does the article use graphics to visualize the prevalence of HIV in South Africa?

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Health Inequities

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