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[Correspondence] PEPFAR: is 90-90-90 magical thinking?

The President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) 3.0 has embarked on an important refocusing to achieve epidemic control through 90-90-90 (90% of HIV-positive individuals knowing their status, 90% of those receiving antiretroviral therapy, and 90% of those achieving viral suppression).1,2 Despite good intentions, the implementation is creating health-system disruption. For example, in Zimbabwe, a voluntary medical male circumcision programme will now serve ten instead of 21 districts. Ambassador Birx, referring to these programme cuts as “efficiencies”, touted that funds will be freed up “for the greatest impact.

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