4th IAS Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention in Sydney
25 July 2007Esta información no está disponible en español.
The Australian Society for HIV Medicine and the International AIDS Society were the hosts of the 4th IAS Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention.More than 5,000 delegates from 133 countries came together for the four-day conference to examine the latest developments in HIV biology, pathogenesis, treatment and prevention science.Emphasising the need to scale-up TB/HIV programmes Michel Sidibe, UNAIDS Deputy Executive Director of Programmes, UNAIDS said, "Urgent investment in TB research and programmes is needed if we are to avoid TB, and especially drug resistant TB, undoing all the advances we have gained through better AIDS treatment and care. All of our drugs, diagnostics and vaccines date from the last century or even the century before that."
|Presentations included the roll out of antiretroviral treatment in the developing world and the need for research to inform treatment scale-up, HIV/TB co-infection, and ethical and practical issues related to HIV prevention research. 22-25 July 2007, Sydney, Australia.|
|Deputy Executive Director of Programmes at UNAIDS, Michel Sibide, participated in events around treatment, sustainability in the era of universal access, the TB/HIV co-epidemic and men who have sex with men in Asia. 22-25 July 2007, Sydney, Australia.|
|UNAIDS supported 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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4th IAS Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention, Sydney 2007