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Lancet Infectious Diseases Highlights Issues to Be Discussed at IAS Conference

June 26, 2013

Noting that "[f]rom June 30 to July 3 many of the world's leading HIV/AIDS researchers, practitioners, and allied professionals will converge on Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, for the 7th International AIDS Society Conference on Pathogenesis, Treatment, and Prevention," an editorial in the latest issue of The Lancet Infectious Diseases says the journal includes content that "has been specially selected to reflect some of the key issues in HIV/AIDS with articles on monitoring and treatment and reviews on the search for a cure and the biology and effects of HIV superinfection." The editorial notes "[o]ne of the key themes of the conference is co-infection" and describes several of the articles (July 2013).

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