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Title: Ending AIDS and challenges for Asia
Authors: Ohata P.
Chumchure R.
Nanthapisal K.
Ruengpanyathip C.
Koita P.
Phuanglek T.
Avihingsanon A.
Avihingsanon A.
Puthanakit T.
Puthanakit T.
Phanuphak N.
Phanuphak N.
Kerr S.
Kerr S.
Bunupuradah T.
Prasitsuebsai W.
Landolt N.
Sudjaritruk T.
Sapsirisavat V.
Do T.
Auchieng C.
Ruxrungtham K.
Ruxrungtham K.
Phanuphak P.
Phanuphak P.
Phanuphak P.
Keywords: Virology
Issue Date: 1-Jan-2015
Publisher: Future Medicine Ltd.
Abstract: © 2015 Future Medicine Ltd. The 17th Bangkok International Symposium on HIV Medicine, Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre, Bangkok, Thailand, 14-16 January 2015 HIV Netherlands Australia Thailand Research Collaboration (HIV-NAT)'s commitment to provide educational training every January to the region returned this year after the cancellation of 2014′s symposium due to political unrest. More than 500 participants from five continents attended the 3-whole-day symposium; 60 also attended Data Safety and Monitoring Board (DSMB) preconference workshop sponsored by Harvard University's Multiregional Clinical Trial Center and 50 attended the Qualitative Research preconference workshop held by our sister organization SEARCH. A wide number of topics were discussed and a few are listed: prevention and cure, combination of antiretroviral therapy, elderly, coinfections, policy implementation, sexual health and stigma. This article briefly summarizes some of the plenary sessions.
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http://cmuir.cmu.ac.th/handle/6653943832/38477
ISSN: 17460794
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