|Jenn Kotlewski and me (right) on our first day at the WHA|
|Dr. Margaret Chan giving the Director General's Address|
"Saving a life with a vaccine is unquestionably far cheaper and more immediate than keeping someone with AIDS alive. It is also less demanding on health services. In my view, human life cannot be valued, or devalued, or discounted in this way. These medicines are a lifeline for a lifetime. The only ethically acceptable exit strategy is to stop new infections in the first place."
(posted on Helen's behalf)