The International AIDS Conference is the largest conference on HIV/AIDS and gathers thousands of people from around the world. This year’s conference, nicknamed “AIDS 2014,” happens July 20–25 in Melbourne, Australia.
San Francisco AIDS Foundation will have a strong presence at this gathering of top thought leaders in the HIV field, including poster presentations, two late-breaker sessions and a special free community event to discuss gay men's health and PrEP, co-hosted by the Victorian AIDS Council.
As always, you can get the latest on HIV research at BETA Blog, including coverage of AIDS 2014.
Below are the most recent conference-related stories:
Transgender women are among the most marginalized and HIV-affected groups worldwide. HIV prevalence estimates range widely, largely because data on transgender populations around the globe are incomplete, but a recent … Read More
Given the advent of effective new treatments, hepatitis C was a major topic at the 20th International AIDS Conference held last week in Melbourne, Australia. An estimated 150 to 200 … Read More
The widely used antiretroviral drug efavirenz was not linked with neurocognitive impairment in a study reported this week at AIDS 2014. Efavirenz (Sustiva, also part of the popular Atripla combo … Read More
At AIDS 2014, underway this week in Melbourne, Australia, thousands of researchers, advocates, policymakers, and community members are gathered to learn the latest in HIV science and policy—and, importantly, to … Read More
An afternoon session, titled “Twenty Plus Positive Dialogues: People Who Have Lived with HIV for 20 Years or More,” on July 22 at the International AIDS Conference Global Village featured … Read More
The quest for a cure for HIV has been one of the themes at the 20th International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2014) taking place this week in Melbourne, with scientists reporting … Read More
No one who took Truvada PrEP at least four times per week acquired HIV in the iPrEx Open Label Extension (iPrEx OLE) demonstration project, according to data presented today at … Read More