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5th International AIDS Society Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment, and Prevention
July 19-22, 2009, Cape Town, South Africa
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Opening Session
Speakers: Julio Montaner, HM Coovadia, Minister of Health Aaron Motsoaledi, Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe, Vuyiseka Dubula, Françoise Barré-Sinoussi, Stephen Lewis.
Monday Plenary
Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy (HAART) as Prevention, Reuben Granich
HIV and Host Genetics, Amalio Telenti
Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission, Louise Kuhn
Inflammation and HIV: A New Paradigm, Wafaa El-Sadr
U.S. Global HIV Policy, Research, and Implementation Under the New Administration
Anthony Fauci & Eric Goosby
Scaling up Biomedical Prevention and Treatment Interventions: The Critical Role of Social Science, Law and Human Rights
Speakers: Susan Kippax, Joseph Amon, & Paula Akugizibwe
Tuesday Plenary
Biomedical Prevention, Ron Gray
Immune Control of HIV Replication, Bruce Walker
Financing the Long-Term Response to HIV, Stefano Bertozzi
HIV and XDR-TB, Prashini Moodley
Wednesday Plenary
Advances in Operations Research Addressing the Convergent HIV and TB Epidemics, Gerald Friedland
Antiretroviral Therapy in 2009, Pedro Cahn
Gender and Sexuality, Rachel Jewkes
Developments in TB Vaccine Research, Jerald Sadoff
News
BAN Study: Giving ART to Mothers or ARV Prophylaxis to Infants during Breastfeeding Equally Effective at Reducing HIV Transmission
Aidsmap, 07/24/09.
Kesho Bora Study: Maternal ART during Pregnancy and Breastfeeding Prevents More Infections Than Short-Course Prophylaxis
Aidsmap, 07/24/09.
Mma Bana Study: Mother to Child Transmission Reduced Below 1% in Breastfeeding Mothers who Receive ART
Aidsmap, 07/24/09.
Nurse Management of ART Matches Doctor Care in South African Trial
Aidsmap, 07/24/09.
TB Vaccine Trials Offer Hope in Fight against Drug-Resistant TB
Mail & Guardian, 07/23/09.
Aciclovir Reduces Disease Progression and Death in People with HIV by Nearly 20 Percent
Aidsmap, 07/23/09.
Rapid CD4 Tests to Monitor HIV Patients' Health
SciDev Net, 07/23/09.
Experimental Integrase Inhibitor GSK-572 Looks Good in Early Studies
Aidsmap, 07/22/09.
Lopinavir/Ritonavir Cost-Effective First-Line after Single-Dose Nevirapine in South Africa
Aidsmap, 07/22/09.
Once-Daily Lopinavir/Ritonavir (Kaletra) as Safe and Effective as Twice-Daily Dosing
Aidsmap, 07/22/09.
DART Study Shows HIV Treatment without Lab Monitoring Safe, Effective in Africa
Aidsmap, 07/21/09.
Two New Analyses Add to Abacavir Cardiovascular Risk Debate
Aidsmap, 07/21/09.
Risk Factors for Treatment Failure in Children: Ritonavir and Advanced Disease Strong Predictors
Aidsmap, 07/20/09.
Alarming Africa Gay Male HIV Rate
BBC, 07/20/09.
Getting People onto Treatment, Not Earlier Treatment, Must Be Priority, Conference Warns
Aidsmap, 07/20/09.
HIV Decreasing under PEPFAR in Africa
AP, 07/19/09.