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IAS 2015 Webinar: What was presented and what it means on the road to Durban

July 27, 2015

Dear Advocates,

Last week, over 6000 scientists, clinicians, public health experts, community leaders and advocates gathered in Vancouver for the 8th International AIDS Society Pathogenesis Conference. Anyone following along on Twitter or the AVAC blog saw that it was a busy week with a lot of new data presented. To help unpack what these developments mean for HIV prevention advocacy, join advocates on a global webinar this Wednesday. We will talk about what’s next as we navigate the “Road to Durban”, where the next International AIDS Conference will take place in 2016. 

IAS 2015 Webinar: What was presented and what it means on the road to Durban 2016, Wednesday, July 29 at 10 AM ET (see for the time in your area)
  • What are the latest data on cash transfers and what are the questions advocates should be asking?
  • What kind of progress is being made in the search for an HIV vaccine?
  • What do the new PrEP data presented at IAS 2015 mean for the future of PrEP?
  • Given the new treatment data, what are the next steps? 

The webinar will feature advocacy partners and researchers for an open discussion of the issues above and more. We hope that you’ll join us—and feel free to email questions and issues in advance. 

Also, for more IAS coverage, check out our IAS page, including Access HIV’s great video series of one-on-one interviews with key researchers and advocates at IAS 2015. 


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