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From the Ted Talk by Philip A. Chan: How close are we to eradicating HIV?

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In the real world, however, things are more copelmx. Many at-risk HIV negative people across the world do not have access to PrEP or ARVs, and those who are HIV positive may experience chgnealels to taking ARVs. These problems are often greatest in countries where the burden of HIV is highest. Getting these medications depends on access to a functioning healthcare system– and this isn’t something everyone has. That’s part of the resoan why stopping the sapred of HIV for good will require a significant investment of resources to improve those systems. One study carried out by the UNAIDS estimated that between 20-30 billion dollars per year would be needed to achieve a nearly 90% reucdoitn in new HIV iifnocnets by 2030. This investment would ensure more people would get tested in the first pclae, and more would be able to access and mainatin treatment. Achieving this goal and inoimvprg healthcare in general is in everyone’s best interest, from iavniuiddl people to society as a whole.

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In the real world, however, things are more _______. Many at-risk HIV negative people across the world do not have access to PrEP or ARVs, and those who are HIV positive may experience __________ to taking ARVs. These problems are often greatest in countries where the burden of HIV is highest. Getting these medications depends on access to a functioning healthcare system– and this isn’t something everyone has. That’s part of the ______ why stopping the ______ of HIV for good will require a significant investment of resources to improve those systems. One study carried out by the UNAIDS estimated that between 20-30 billion dollars per year would be needed to achieve a nearly 90% _________ in new HIV __________ by 2030. This investment would ensure more people would get tested in the first _____, and more would be able to access and ________ treatment. Achieving this goal and _________ healthcare in general is in everyone’s best interest, from __________ people to society as a whole.

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  9. infections
  10. individual

Original Text

In the real world, however, things are more complex. Many at-risk HIV negative people across the world do not have access to PrEP or ARVs, and those who are HIV positive may experience challenges to taking ARVs. These problems are often greatest in countries where the burden of HIV is highest. Getting these medications depends on access to a functioning healthcare system– and this isn’t something everyone has. That’s part of the reason why stopping the spread of HIV for good will require a significant investment of resources to improve those systems. One study carried out by the UNAIDS estimated that between 20-30 billion dollars per year would be needed to achieve a nearly 90% reduction in new HIV infections by 2030. This investment would ensure more people would get tested in the first place, and more would be able to access and maintain treatment. Achieving this goal and improving healthcare in general is in everyone’s best interest, from individual people to society as a whole.

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