World AIDS Day at Tygerberg Hospital

We were at Tygerberg Hospital and Stellenbosch University Medical School all day today with TB Proof, KNCV, and local colleagues discussing TB transmission control in the setting of HIV. There was also beautiful singing by members of the community advisory board– hopefully will be able to get a Youtube video uploaded soon. I was reminded of the power of music and social movements.  How exciting! We can do this, we just need to work together. The momentum is growing rapidly.

Thanks so much for visiting my website! Writing and reading blog posts does take time and we all know that time is in short supply. You and I will both get much more out of this blog if it leads to dialogue. If you found my post useful and wouldn’t mind leaving a brief comment or sharing on social media, I would be grateful. Or if you’re shy about Tweeting but are willing to email me a comment that I can post anonymously or send an anonymous Surveymonkey, that would be great. My posts are generally written quickly, so if you find any factual or grammatical errors, please do let me know. Best regards, Philip Lederer

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