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AIDS 2020 Recap July 22: What's Available So Far

Monday, July 13, 2020

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News and Findings from AIDS 2020 will be presented in a July 22 International AIDS Society (IAS) Update 2020. This webinar is being convened by the New England AETC. Register on the AETC National Coordinating Resource Center calendar.

For more on what happened at AIDS 2020, here's a list of presentations and recaps available so far from the recently-concluded 23rd International AIDS Conference. (More conference resources will open up for free access in the coming weeks.) 

  • Oral Abstracts (text, PDF) from the Special Issue: Abstract Supplement Oral Abstracts from the 23rd International AIDS Conference, 6‐10 July 2020, Journal of the International AIDS Society, Volume 23,  Issue S4, July 2020. Sessions with HRSA co-authors include Family support as a source of resilience to counter HIV-related stigma among adults on antiretroviral therapy in urban Zimbabwe (OAD0104) and A Quality Improvement Collaborative (QIC) for HIV-positive adolescents to improve immediate ART initiation at 25 Health Facilities (HF) in Lusaka, Zambia (PDE0307).
  • U.S. Government Accepted Abstracts. PEPFAR has compiled these posters and oral abstracts, which fall under PEPFAR and Ending the HIV Epidemic. A handful of posters (codes start with P) can be downloaded directly. Stay tuned for Cost-effectiveness of the health resources and services administration’s Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program and the projected impact of the United States’ Ending the HIV Epidemic Initiative (PEE1374).
  • AIDS 2020 Videos. Playlists include the Virtual Studio (e.g., interviews with NIH's Dr. Fauci and Ambassador Deborah Birx), the Virtual Global Village & Youth Programme, and On the Red Sofa.
  • HIV.gov AIDS 2020 Highlights, with scientific recap interviews held with NIH's Carl Dieffenbach during the conference and a heads-up on a new HHS online data tool, AHEAD, with data on progress toward the Ending the HIV Epidemic (EHE) initiative. 
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