Eliminating AIDS by 2030


Anne Aslett, CEO of the Elton John AIDS Foundation, outlines what it will take to end the epidemic by 2030.

Anne Aslett  and  Katie Adams

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Extraordinary progress has been made over the past 30 years to curb the spread of HIV/AIDS. The Elton John AIDS Foundation has been one of the world’s most influential organizations when it comes to spurring action by governments, researchers, and in local communities. During the Oliver Wyman Health Innovation Summit, Anne Aslett, CEO of the foundation, outlined what needs to happen next as governments and organizations globally strive to end the epidemic by 2030. In this interview with Katie Adams from MedCity News, our media partner at the Health Innovation Summit, Aslett calls for expanded testing, a more resilient supply chain, better surveillance and predictive modeling, as well as further destigmatizing AIDS/HIV.