This article is part of Telescope: The New AIDS Epidemic, a deep-dive investigation into the modern face of a disease that transformed the world.
In the first year of our examination of the contemporary HIV epidemic, we examined the new challenges facing patients, governments and health care providers as they fight a disease that is no longer an automatic death sentence.
Now, we’re ready to look for solutions. Over the next six months, we will be searching for the most creative, urgent and broadly applicable initiatives and experiments aimed at ending the epidemic.
That’s why we’re asking you to fill out a short survey with your thoughts and recommendations for what we should be looking into. The issues are complex, and we can only feature six case studies over the next half-year, so if there’s an interesting program on your radar, please tell us about it! It doesn’t matter whether it’s successful or not: We can learn just as much from failed experiments as successful ones.
The survey is divided into seven categories — hit “continue” when you’ve filled out one section to go on to the next one. Within each of those categories (things like prevention, treatment, etc.), we’ll ask you to rank individual issues in order of importance to you. And if you think we missed something, feel free to let us know.
We’ll also offer you a chance to tell us if you want to be contacted, and there’s one short question at the end from Gilead, the advertiser presenting Telescope: The New AIDS Epidemic.
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