Dr. Carl Dieffenbach: IAS Conference – Day 4

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HEP Infographic1-800x2118Today was the final day of the 7th IAS Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment, and Prevention in Kuala Lampur, Malaysia. This week, we’ve asked Dr. Carl Dieffenbach from NIH/NIAID, to share daily dispatches from this important scientific conference via Skype.

As Dr. Dieffenbach related, research related to significant HIV treatment advances has been a major scientific highlight of the conference. As he explained, “improvement(s) in the treatment of HIV really has converted HIV from a near-death sentence to a chronic manageable condition.” Please see his reflections, below.

 

While the IAS Conference has ended, information about the scientific research released at the conference is available for those who would like to learn more. We encourage you to check out the conference’s excellent Daily Bulletin Exit Disclaimer with summaries of each day’s conference highlights. Articles from worldwide news outlets can be found on the conference’s In the News page Exit Disclaimer. In addition, conference abstracts can be accessed via the “Programme-at-a-Glance” Exit Disclaimer.

To learn more about the IAS Conference, please visit the conference website Exit Disclaimer or follow the conference on Facebook Exit Disclaimer and Twitter Exit Disclaimer.
 

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