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TheBody.com/TheBodyPRO.com cover the XIX International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2012)
Farewell to AIDS 2012

AIDS 2012 Farewell: The Voices of the World

As "summer camp for global AIDS advocates" (AKA the International AIDS Conference) draws to a close, video blogger Mark S. King pays tribute to the people who are on frontlines of the epidemic, and who are the very essence of AIDS 2012.

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Research & Clinical Coverage
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Is the "Berlin Patient" No Longer Alone? Stem Cell Transplant Appears to Clear HIV in Two Men on Treatment

Two HIV-infected men are showing no traces of HIV in their blood after going through stem cell transplants similar to the one "Berlin Patient" Timothy Brown received, according to a case report presented by U.S. researchers. However, both patients have yet to discontinue antiretroviral therapy.

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News & Features
Jacob Lalezari: In HIV/AIDS, "Cure Is a Four-Letter Word"

Jacob Lalezari: In HIV/AIDS, "Cure Is a Four-Letter Word"

Jacob Lalezari, M.D., talks with IFARA about the coupled optimism and cautiousness regarding the search for an HIV cure. He explains the paths currently being explored toward the development of a cure and describes the progress we've made -- as well as the challenges we still face.

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AIDS 2012 Twitter Buzz: Winding Down and Looking Forward

Twitter rolls on even as AIDS 2012 winds down. Today's highlights include more discussions of prevention and criminalization, as well as the future of the conference -- and the future of HIV.


Photos From AIDS 2012

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About This Conference

TheBody.com is an independent website not associated with this conference.

TheBodyPRO.com is an independent website not associated with this conference.

Our coverage of the XIX International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2012) will include news articles; blogs; personal stories; op-eds and features; interviews with members of the HIV/AIDS community throughout the world; summaries of a wide array of research studies and presentations; and discussions featuring study authors and leading HIV clinicians/researchers.

For more information on AIDS 2012, please visit the conference's website. You may also view the conference program online.


Please note: Knowledge about HIV changes rapidly. Note the date of this summary's publication, and before treating patients or employing any therapies described in these materials, verify all information independently. If you are a patient, please consult a doctor or other medical professional before acting on any of the information presented in this summary. For a complete listing of our most recent conference coverage, click here.


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