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2002: The Health Action AIDS Campaign

Physicians for Human Rights held the inaugural think tank at Stony Point Center, assembling some of the country's leading experts in the HIV/AIDS field to plan and strategize for a major campaign to activate the American medical community in the struggle to include health care among the basic human rights to be supported and defended around the world.

Among the participants were leaders from Baylor College of Medicine, Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health, Family Health International, the Gates Foundation, Global Health Council, Harvard AIDS Institute, the Pangaea Global AIDS Foundation, Partners in Health, and the Rockefeller Foundation, among others. Much progress was made toward the development of this campaign at the conference, and two small working groups were developed to follow up on the ideas generated.

For a complete list of participants, click here.

The final report on this conference is available here.

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Dr. Eric Goosby of Pangaea Global AIDS Foundation watches Columbia University's
Dr. Allen Rosenfield address the 2002 Stony Point conference.


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