Scientific programme highlights: HIV prevention science
posted on 14/5/2020 18:00
Experience 24-hour access to breaking HIV science like never before! The 23rd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2020: Virtual) will showcase important new advances in HIV prevention science, including new insights on the scale up of pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) in diverse settings; the link between restrictive rights policies and HIV prevalence; and new self-testing tools.
Scientific Programme Highlights
The latest scientific findings to be shared at the conference include:
- Promising evidence on PrEP uptake among women in PEPFAR countries and the US
- Findings showing the real-world impact of PrEP use in East Africa
- A study assessing “PrEP on demand” as an alternative to daily oral PrEP in San Francisco
- A study from China evaluating a new urine-based HIV self-test
- An analysis of individual-level data from 10 African countries linking high HIV prevalence to punitive same sex policies
- Latest findings from studies of HIV vaccines and other new prevention tools
- New evidence from Tanzania on the acceptability of HIV self-testing among couples
Take part in the world’s largest 24-hour virtual conference on HIV and register with reduced rates today. Find out more and get involved in AIDS 2020: Virtual here!