IAS Durban 2016

Attending the IAS Durban and Women Now! Summit, 2016 has been quite informative for me, and as an advocate and Global Ambassador of the Well Project, again it was overly enriching and has better equipped me to give excellent service to my community in providing new and up-to-date information on HIV cure and new treatment development.

The conference touched on the whole spectrum of HIV prevention continuum and care continuum, and there were exciting findings that suggest new opportunities for prevention programs. From vaccines to PrEP, to universal coverage of treatment, ways to prevent new HIV infections were woven throughout the scientific conference. Truly as the theme of "towards an HIV cure" symposium (science-focused, people-driven).

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