Here are a few highlights of our work for the upcoming week.
This week, for the first time since 1990, the International AIDS Conference will be held in Washington, DC. A long-standing HIV travel and immigration ban, which was ended in 2010, allowed the conference to be held here. Patrick DePoy has more here.
We’ll also be watching the Senate carefully as it will take up cybersecurity this week.
As part of its expanded coverage of the XVII International AIDS Conference, which is being held Aug. 3 through Aug. 8 in Mexico City, the Kaiser Daily HIV/AIDS Report will feature studies and initiatives released during the conferen... Read Post
Thousands are gathering in Washington this week for the International AIDS Conference - the first time in 22 years the conference is being held in the United States, thanks to the lifting of a ban that forbade people with HIV from e... Read Post