March 3-6, 2013
10 Top Studies Whose Impact Will Last Well Beyond CROI 2013
Expert Panel: HIV Drugs in Development, Antiretroviral Strategy and Treatment as Prevention (Video)
Functional Cure for HIV-Infected Infant After Very Early Treatment
The annual Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) is one of the most highly regarded, HIV-focused research meetings on the planet. The 2013 incarnation of this conference -- the 20th since the conference's inception in 1994 -- is expected to feature more than 1,100 presentations in dozens of topic areas, and will be attended by more than 4,000 researchers, clinicians and other frontline workers in HIV care, research, prevention, epidemiology and advocacy.
TheBodyPRO.com's coverage of CROI 2013 will include summaries of a wide array of individual studies and presentations, as well as discussions featuring study authors and leading HIV clinicians/researchers.
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