By Bill Flanagan and Sean Rourke
Much of the country’s attention right now is understandably focused on the COVID-19 pandemic, but another epidemic still rages.
There are approximately 8,300 people living with HIV in Canada who don’t know it and 7,840 people who have been diagnosed but are not on life-saving treatments. Yet we are in a time when ending the HIV epidemic is within our reach, but only if we can connect and serve people where they are at, regardless of who they are, their circumstances or where they live. So why haven’t we crossed the finish line?