Late breaking science at an historic moment

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The 21st International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2016) is only a few weeks away. Today, we are sharing a special message on the historic importance of our return to Durban after 16 years and some of the late breaking science that you can expect. Register for AIDS 2016 online by Sunday, 3 July, 23:59 CEST and join us in Durban for this critical moment.


Late breaking scientific highlights

Here's a glimpse of some new late breaking science that will be featured at AIDS 2016:

  • New dapivirine ring study results on adherence associated with HIV-1 protection
  • REALITY trial data on severely immunosuppressed HIV-infected adults and older children initiating ART
  • Revealing results from the SAPPH-Ire randomized trial of a combination intervention studying antiretrovirals for HIV prevention and treatment among female sex workers
  • The latest IMPAACT Promise study on acceptance of early ART among post-partum women
  • Key learnings on the uptake and safety of pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) among adolescent men who have sex with men (MSM)
  • Leading approaches to antiviral regimens with tenofovir and lamivudine in HIV and hepatitis B (HBV) co-infected pregnant women
  • Updates from the HVTN100 vaccine trial in HIV-uninfected South African adults
  • Additional data from the ARIA study on the efficacy of fixed dose combination (FDC) in treatment-naïve women with HIV-1 infection
  • Evaluation of the impact of universal test and treat on HIV incidence in rural South African populations




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