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This year marked the 20th International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2014), which was held in Melbourne, Australia from July 20-25, 2014. Yesterday, Dr. Valdiserri, reflected on the breadth and depth of topics covered at AIDS 2014 that expanded the discourse on HIV care outcomes and the future of a cure. He emphasized that the conference theme of “Stepping Up the Pace” resonates with the need to step up the pace in America’s response to AIDS and make the goals of the National HIV AIDS Strategy a reality.
In case you missed parts of the conversation from the conference, we’ve got you covered. In daily video updates, Dr. Dieffenbach from The National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) shared with us his observations from each day of the conference. We also had the honor of interviewing Ambassador Birx from the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) and other federal partners, community members, and presenters at AIDS 2014. Here is a summary of our current work at AIDS 2014. Please continue to follow our blog for more upcoming information about the conference.
Throughout the conference we posted daily Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter updates using the hashtag #AIDS2014. If you aren’t already following us, we encourage you to follow HIV.gov and take a look at our social media activity from the conference.
Were you at AIDS 2014? Following it online? Let us know what you thought of the topics covered at the conference in the comments.