One of the most important scientific HIV/AIDS conferences will open next week in San Francisco—the 17th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections. You can get news from this invitation-only event here at Science Speaks, as well as at www.aidsmap.com, which will be providing in-depth coverage of the conference. Science Speaks will have updates on the new HIV/AIDS science presented at CROI, as well as associated policy implications of new approaches to HIV treatment, prevention and care.
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