September 4, 2012
"More than 4,000 delegates -- including government officials, health experts, community leaders, scientists, indigenous populations, youth and people living with HIV -- convened from 28-31 August in Sao Paulo, Brazil, for the 6th Latin American and Caribbean Forum on HIV/AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)," UNAIDS reports in a feature story. "[T]he forum provided an opportunity to take stock of progress, challenges and lessons learned in HIV responses across the region," according to UNAIDS, which adds, "Participants engaged on a range of issues, from AIDS financing and new HIV prevention technologies to strategies for closing treatment access gaps." The article expands on several of these issues (8/31).
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