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While the global HIV response has made significant strides in recent years, gay and bisexual men still shoulder a disproportionately high incidence and prevalence worldwide. What is urgently needed is a more comprehensive response to HIV, one that strategically stitches together bio-medical, behavioral, community, and structural interventions. In addition, a reimagined and reinvigorated global HIV response would strategically consider the sexual health, human rights and development needs of men who have sex with men. This satellite assembles experts in LGBT rights, sexual health, and development for a critical discussion about the current state of the global HIV response for men who have sex with men. Drawing from their own experience, research, and examples from the field, panelists will reimagine the HIV response, a response that centers community-based, sexual health and rights programs led by gay and bisexual men and that are unapologetic in addressing sex and sexuality in its strategies.

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