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4th IAS Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention, Sydney 2007

20 July 2007

Sydney AIDS Conference reports on scientific advances in HIV treatment and prevention

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The 4th IAS Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention came to a close in Sydney, Australia today. More than 5,000 delegates from 133 countries came together for the four-day conference to examine the latest developments in HIV-related research.

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24 July 2007

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MSM Initiative launched at Sydney AIDS Conference

It’s an unfortunate reality that all too often, the people most at risk and most in need of HIV prevention, treatment and care programmes are those least likely to have access to these services. For example it is estimated that fewer than one in 20 men who have sex with men around the world have access to HIV prevention, treatment, and care services.

In a bid to scale up action and stop the spread of HIV among men who have sex with men, the Foundation for AIDS Research, amFAR has launched an initiative to support grassroots MSM organizations at the International AIDS Conference in Sydney.

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Tuberculosis and HIV: the dual epidemic

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In order to help convince the HIV research community of the need for more research into improving prevention, diagnosis and treatment of TB among people living with HIV, UNAIDS is supporting an emotive exhibition at the Sydney AIDS conference portraying, in words and pictures the double impact that TB and HIV has on people and communities in South Africa and Zambia.

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Roadmap to TB/HIV sessions at Sydney AIDS Conference

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21 July 2007

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Opening ceremony
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Bridging the gap between research and practice

Over 5000 people are gathering in Sydney, Australia to attend the fourth conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention. The conference, taking place on 22-25 July 2007, features the latest developments in HIV biology, pathogenesis, treatment and prevention science.

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