“The IAS 2016 meeting was held in Durban, South Africa in July 2016. The IAS 2016 Towards an HIV Cure Research Symposium included a social sciences panel for the first time and the main conference featured talks on HIV cure research and ethics. It was also the first time an HIV cure research symposium was held in Africa. The conference was also a great reminder of the need for treatment, viral monitoring and PrEP implementation on the African continent.”
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Check out @josephtucker, our PI (leader of the NIH grant that funds this project aka our boss), asking the tough questions.
All the START girls were born with HIV and are living and loving life. #aids2016
Moses Supercharger and the START girls bringing us African song & dance and #HIV education! #2BeatHIV#aids2016
We’re talking about the social, ethical, and biomedical aspects of curing HIV. Amazing #hivcure
Congrats to @adamgilbertson for his presentation on the unanticipated benefits of #hivcure
clinical trial participation at the @iasociety HIV cure symposium #aids2016