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HIV Drug Therapy 2016

October 23 - 26, 2016; Glasgow, United Kingdom

October 23 - 26, 2016 Glasgow, United Kingdom
  • HIV Glasgow Apps and Social Media Can Reach High-Risk HIV Populations Apps and social media can be used to deliver messages about HIV testing and medication adherence to thousands of people at high risk for HIV, experts report, and all at no cost.
  • HIV Glasgow Fauci: Follow the Science to End the HIV/AIDS Epidemic Major scientific advances over 35 years have already led to the best way to treat the disease. And new science is turning up clues that could eventually lead to a cure, he said.

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  • HIVR4P Ushers in 'Next-Gen' Prevention HIVR4P Ushers in 'Next-Gen' Prevention At HIV Research for Prevention 2016, investigators will turn their attention to long-acting injectables, multipurpose technologies, and best practices for bringing HIV prevention to those who need it.
  • 90-90-90 HIV Goals Top-of-Mind at Geneva Summit 90-90-90 HIV Goals Top-of-Mind at Geneva Summit Strategies that will be instrumental for achieving the 90-90-90 HIV targets set by the United Nations, such as treatment for prevention and test and treat, will dominate the summit's agenda.
  • Vaginal Ring Trial Results a Big Draw at HIV Meeting Vaginal Ring Trial Results a Big Draw at HIV Meeting This year's CROI will focus on the prevention and transmission of HIV and the treatment of opportunistic infections, such as Ebola and hepatitis B.

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