Jun. 24, 2020


The 23rd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2020: Virtual) is less than two weeks away. Here are some of the late-breaking scientific highlights you can expect at the conference, featuring highly anticipated research results on the year’s most pressing topics.

AIDS 2020: Virtual opens on Monday, 6 July. 
Late-breaking highlights 
  • The latest global HIV estimates from UNAIDS
  • A survey of LGBTI+ people in 138 countries assessing the socioeconomic impact of COVID-19
  • An update from the Tsepamo study examining whether neural tube defects are associated with dolutegravir-based HIV treatment
  • New data from the ADVANCE trial comparing multidrug antiretroviral therapies
  • A look at the impact of COVID-19 on PrEP care at a Boston hospital
  • New evidence on what may be the first adult with HIV achieving long-term HIV remission without a bone marrow transplant
  • Analysis of the safety and efficacy of the first long-acting injectable PrEP
 Browse the full online programme for more details.
What else can you expect at AIDS 2020: Virtual
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The virtual Exhibition
The virtual Exhibition offers an interactive 3D environment that allows registered delegates to engage with exhibitors in a variety of ways. You will be able to explore the Exhibition around the clock from anywhere in the world, save information in your Virtual Briefcase for later viewing, and discover the various products and services available from different organizations and industry leaders in the HIV sector.
We are delighted to have both commercial and non-commercial organizations participating in the exhibition. For further information on the exhibiting organizations please click here.
AIDS 2020: Virtual is… Science
From the latest advances in basic, clinical and prevention research to innovations in social sciences and new insights into effective programme roll out, access the science first and be a part of accelerating progress in the HIV response.
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