International AIDS Conference: Where we’ve been, what’s next in the quest to end HIV

The last time the International AIDS Conference was in Africa, AIDS denialism was at its height; two Fred Hutch leaders in the fight to end HIV talk about where we’ve been – and what’s next
DURBAN, South Africa — The International AIDS Conference is being held this week in Durban, South Africa, only the second time it's been hosted in Africa. Dr. Larry Corey, leader of the HIV Vaccine Trials Network at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, and Dr. Glenda Gray, president of the South African Medical Research Council and the co-leader of the HVTN, talk about what’s changed since that conference 16 years ago and what's coming next. By Robert Hood and Mary Engel / Fred Hutch News Service

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