21st International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2016)
Warren Tong
Despite overwhelming support for starting treatment immediately for everyone living with HIV, there are still many obstacles to treatment access. We asked some HIV experts and community members what it would take to provide HIV treatment for everybody who needs it.

At AIDS 2016, a multidisciplinary panel of researchers discussed the ethical questions they have already attempted to answer, quandaries their explorations have revealed and common concerns and themes that are shaping the future of HIV cure studies.
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Actress and activist Charlize Theron delivered the welcome address at the opening session of AIDS 2016, in Durban, South Africa. Here are eight of her most quotable moments from the speech.
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