Biomedical HIV Prevention Summit - December 4-5, 2017

December 4-5, 2017
New Orleans, LA
via NMAC

NMAC understands that the science at a cellular level is clear and undeniable. An undetectable viral load means untransmittable. PrEP on the cellular level stops the transmission of the HIV virus. We now enter the second phase of our work: Implementation Science. This year’s Biomedical HIV Prevention Summit will focus on how to make U=U/TasP & PrEP real in communities hardest hit by HIV. At this point, it is not clear if PEP will play a significant role in ending AIDS. Join us in New Orleans on December 4-5, 2017. What are the unique roles for community based organizations, health departments, healthcare providers, federal agencies, industry, researchers, activists, people on PrEP and people living with HIV? How do we hold each other accountable for support and collaboration?

To learn more and to register, click here.


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