HIV Conferences: A Look Back at 2012

Shaking the Status Quo: 2012 HIV/AIDS Conference Research Highlights

November 15, 2012


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It is virtually impossible to point to a single piece of research or conference presentation as the seminal study in a particular subfield this year, so we won't attempt to pass such a judgment.

Instead, we take you on a guided tour through important conference presentations in several of HIV's key subfields: cure research, vaccine development, HIV prevention, HIV treatment strategy, antiretrovirals in development, access to HIV care and comorbidities/complications. Each of these highlighted presentations has the potential to change our understanding of, or our approach to, HIV science and clinical practice.

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Comment by: Gurbachan S (Ottawa) Wed., Nov. 28, 2012 at 1:39 pm UTC
A great summary of the conference and where everything stands as at today.

I think 30 years is too long. I blame part of this on the parochial interest of Corporations and Institutes. If there was high level collaboration this problem could have been easily resolved.

After two years of treatment the laboratory details of the Berlin Man and the other two are still very scanty and not in the public domain.

We need to give hope to the 30 million infected world0wide that we are doing our best.

Best regards
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