[podcast] Journey to end AIDS since first case got diagnosed in India

This Podcast features Dr Ishwar Gilada, who was a speaker for the Sustainable Development e-Talks (#SDGtalks) - a special series, co-hosted by CNS and Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Indore from World Health Day (7 April 2020) to World Environment Day (5 June 2020). He spoke on "Journey to end AIDS since first case got diagnosed in India - reflections from longest serving HIV medical expert in the country."

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Dr Ishwar Gilada, is among the first medical doctors who began HIV care when first case got diagnosed in India. He is a living chronicle of India's fight to stop AIDS over the past almost thirty five years now. He established India's first HIV clinic in government-run JJ Hospital Mumbai, have led from the front in fighting AIDS related stigma and discrimination, and made an indelible mark in his journey to care for thousands of people living with HIV as the years rolled by. He established Unison Medicare and Research Centre, and is the President of AIDS Society of India (national professional association of HIV medical experts and researchers). He was also elected to the Governing Council of International AIDS Society (IAS) from Asia and the Pacific.

He was in conversation with CNS Managing Editor and Executive Director Shobha Shukla, who is also the coordinator of Asia Pacific media network to end TB & tobacco, and prevent NCDs (APCAT Media).

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CNS team