New report shows that new HIV infections and AIDS-related deaths have fallen to the lowest levels since the peak of the epidemic.
Q&A: AIDS at 30 - Continuing the Fight
On World AIDS Day we chatted live with David Wilson, the World Bank's Global HIV/AIDS Director, who answered questions on the current status of the global epidemic and the Bank's role in fighting it.
Thirty years after the first AIDS cases appeared, about 30 million people have died of the disease, and another 34 million are living with HIV. Though we've seen remarkable successes in treatment and prevention, AIDS continues to decimate communities and hamper economic growth.
Replay the discussion below.