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A Look Back at the AIDS 2012 Conference

The 2012 International AIDS Conference, held in July in Washington, D.C., featured important new science, discussions about the promise of an “AIDS-free generation,” and an array of special events, public forums, and symposia hosted by the HIV Medicine Association (HIVMA) and the Center for Global Health Policy. HIVMA was one of two local scientific partners for the conference, along with the National Institutes of Health. See the latest issue of HIVMA enews for highlights from the conference and HIVMA’s activities.
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