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July 03, 2008

SFAF.org Podcast #36 - Dr. Judith Auerbach on the nexus of behavioral and biomedical HIV prevention

Dr. Judith Auerbach, Deputy Executive Director for Science and Public Policy at the San Francisco AIDS Foundation, discusses behavioral interventions for reducing HIV risk and transmission and the Foundation's newest publication, the HIV Evidence Report. The first issue of this report outlines ten effective behavioral HIV interventions, but many questions about the future of behavioral HIV interventions still remain.

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Dr. Judith Auerbach is responsible for developing, leading, and managing the San Francisco AIDS Foundation's local, state, national and international policy agenda.  Prior to joining the Foundation, Dr. Auerbach served as Vice President, Public Policy and Program Development at amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research.

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