Looking Beyond Viral Suppression: Findings from The Well Project’s 2016 User Survey on Factors Influencing the Health, Well-being, and Quality of Life of Women Living with HIV – IAS 2017 Poster

The Well Project was thrilled to present at the 9th International AIDS Society Conference on HIV Science (IAS 2017), in Paris, France, July 23-26, 2017. Executive director Krista Martel and board of directors member Judith Auerbach, Ph.D. presented our poster Looking Beyond Viral Suppression: Findings from The Well Project’s 2016 User Survey on Factors Influencing the Health, Well-being, and Quality of Life of Women Living with HIV, which described findings from our 2016 User Survey Report at the world's largest biennial open scientific gathering on HIV-related issues. It was an amazing opportunity to share some of our most compelling data with an international audience. Please check out the poster below and click here to download the PDF version of the poster!

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