London: A higher and more sustained investment is urgently required to capitalise on the latest breakthroughs in HIV prevention, a report says.Funding for HIV prevention research also remains highly concentrated among relatively few donors, which could threaten the sustainable research effort required at this critical time, warned the AIDS Working Group in Rome.The Working Group, which raised these concerns in its seventh annual report, also highlights the need for broadening that base, with a plea to include emerging economies.Significantly, investment in HIV prevention research has remained stable, virtually untouched by the effects of the recent global recession, the report said, released early this week at the sixth International AIDS Society Conference (IAS) on HIV in Rome.
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