An open letter for president Juncker

Representatives of civil society organizations and communities which share an interest in achieving a concerted response to HIV/AIDS, Tubercolosis, and viral Hepatitis in Europe wrote an open letter for President Jean- Claude Juncker.

As they highlighted, they have noted with great concern that health in general, and HIV/AIDS, Tubercolosis, and viral Hepatitis in particular have slipped down on the agenda of the European Commission. You can read the whole letter here.

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