Commentary | 30 July 2007

Deadly failure of nerve

In an opinion piece in The Australian, Bill Bowtell, Director of the Lowy Institute's HIV/AIDS Project, argues that medical advances in treating HIV are helping many but only better prevention policies can save millions more from infection.This is an edited extract from 'Applying the paradox of prevention: eradicate HIV', in the Spring 2007 issue of Griffith Review. The Australian, 28 July 2007, p. 26

Bill Bowtell

  • Bill Bowtell

In an opinion piece in The Australian, Bill Bowtell, Director of the Lowy Institute's HIV/AIDS Project, argues that medical advances in treating HIV are helping many but only better prevention policies can save millions more from infection.This is an edited extract from 'Applying the paradox of prevention: eradicate HIV', in the Spring 2007 issue of Griffith Review. The Australian, 28 July 2007, p. 26

Bill Bowtell

  • Bill Bowtell