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IAS Honors Outstanding Research, Promising Young Investigators, and Pioneering Efforts to Address HIV Stigma

IAS Honors Outstanding Research, Promising Young Investigators, and Pioneering Efforts to Address HIV Stigma

Jul 27
Leadership in HIV research and efforts to improve access to HIV prevention and treatment were recognized through prizes and awards presented at the 9th IAS Conference on HIV Science.

Weekend Strike to Shut Acropolis at Height of Tourist Season

Weekend Strike to Shut Acropolis at Height of Tourist Season

Jul 27
A two-day strike by Greek Culture Ministry employees protesting staff shortages will shut the Acropolis and other ancient sites and museums in Athens this weekend at the height of the tourist season.

France's Macron Meets Rihanna at the Elysee Palace

France's Macron Meets Rihanna at the Elysee Palace

Jul 26
French President Emmanuel Macron has met singer Rihanna at the Elysee Palace after the pop star appealed to him on Twitter to contribute to her fund for education in developing countries.

Studies Show Progress in Finding New HIV Prevention Options and Implementing Existing Approaches

Studies Show Progress in Finding New HIV Prevention Options and Implementing Existing Approaches

Jul 26
Researchers released data from five cutting-edge studies that show progress across several major HIV prevention approaches at an official press conference at the 9th IAS Conference on HIV Science.

CIPHER Grants and Fellowships Encourage Innovative Responses To Pediatric And Adolescent HIV

CIPHER Grants and Fellowships Encourage Innovative Responses To Pediatric And Adolescent HIV

Jul 26
The International AIDS Society's (IAS's) Collaborative Initiative for Paediatric HIV Education and Research (CIPHER) has awarded research grants to six exceptional early-stage investigators at the 9th IAS Conference on HIV Science.

Study Finds Effective HIV Treatment Halts Transmission Among Same-Sex Couples

Study Finds Effective HIV Treatment Halts Transmission Among Same-Sex Couples

Jul 26
Results from the largest study to analyze HIV transmission risk among homosexual couples with differing HIV status have shown that HIV-positive men who are on treatment that makes the virus undetectable, do not transmit HIV to their partners.

Data Published in The Lancet Shows High Efficacy at 96 Weeks for First Investigational Two-Drug, Long-Acting Injectable HIV Regimen

Data Published in The Lancet Shows High Efficacy at 96 Weeks for First Investigational Two-Drug, Long-Acting Injectable HIV Regimen

Jul 26
Janssen Sciences announced that a regimen of two investigational long-acting, injectable formulations of HIV medicines was as effective as 3-drug ART.

Tourists Among 22 Injured After Boats Collide in Puerto Rico

Tourists Among 22 Injured After Boats Collide in Puerto Rico

Jul 26
Puerto Rico authorities say more than 20 people have been injured, three of them seriously, in a boat crash off the island's southwest coast. The collision took place Tuesday night near the tourist town of La Parguera, a popular weekend boating destinatio

MSF Sounds Alarm Over High Numbers of People Dying from AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa

MSF Sounds Alarm Over High Numbers of People Dying from AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa

Jul 25
Doctors Without Borders says an unacceptably high number of people from sub-Saharan Africa have been left out of the global HIV response.

amfAR's Kenneth Cole Launches End AIDS Coalition at 9th International AIDS Conference on HIV Science

amfAR's Kenneth Cole Launches End AIDS Coalition at 9th International AIDS Conference on HIV Science

Jul 25
Today at the IAS, Kenneth Cole launched the End AIDS Coalition (EAC) - a collaboration working together to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030.

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