Hundreds of leaders in the worldwide fight against AIDS—public health experts, scientists, doctors, activists, and others—gathered December 1-2, 2011 at a conference organized by Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) focused on ending the epidemic.
Speakers at the two-day event, “AIDS@30: Engaging to End the Epidemic,” discussed the many advances and milestones that have transformed AIDS from a death sentence to a manageable chronic disease, as well as on challenges in eradicating it.
End to 30-Year War Against AIDS in Sight (HSPH release)
Plotting the Demise of AIDS (Harvard Gazette)
US AIDS Chief Says Tipping Point Is In Sight (NPR’s health blog “Shots”)
HSPH Dean Julio Frenk interview (CNN en ESPAÑOL)
In Many Years, Progress on HIV, But Many Are Still Untreated (Boston Globe)
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