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During the 2013 Conference of Retroviruses & Opportunistic Infections (CROI), HIV PJA’s Jim Merrell wrote a powerful op-ed that galvanized nationwide discussion surrounding the news of the Mississippi “Miracle Baby” that broke at the conference. Although the child was born with HIV infection, very rapid and ongoing treatment with HIV drugs made the virus undetectable. Then […]
We are reporting from one of the “premier” conferences on HIV/AIDS research this week. The Conference on Retroviruses & Opportunistic Infections (CROI) will be taking place in downtown Boston through March 6. CROI brings together a key group of researchers, policymakers and advocates from across the globe, sharing and discussing breaking research with many public […]