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Mapping Pathways at AIDS 2012

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This is a list of the Mapping Pathways activities concerning ARV-based HIV prevention strategies at the International AIDS Conference - AIDS 2012. Visit www.mappingpathways.blogspot.com

This is a list of the Mapping Pathways activities concerning ARV-based HIV prevention strategies at the International AIDS Conference - AIDS 2012. Visit www.mappingpathways.blogspot.com


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  • 1. Please join Mapping Pathways at these AIDS 2012 sessions  Sunday, July 22 11:15am – 1:15pm Satellite: Session Room 9 “From Revolution to Reality: How Will New Science Impact the U.S. National HIV/AIDS Strategy?”  Monday, July 23 12:30pm – 2:30pm Poster Presentations "Mapping Pathways: Developing the evidence base for biomedical prevention strategies" [MOPE591] "Synthesising the empirical evidence for ARV-based prevention strategies to map pathways to sound HIV prevention planning" [M0PE590]  Tuesday, July 24 6:30pm – 8:30pm Satellite: Mini Room 2 “Microbicides: The Road Ahead”  Wednesday, July 25 10:30am – Noon Presentation/Discussion – MSM Networking Zone, Global Village “Is it Celebration Time? What needs to happen for gay men/MSM to make the most of ARV-based prevention (PrEP, rectal microbicides and treatment as prevention) around the world.” Visit Mapping Pathways at www.mappingpathways.blogspot.com Mapping Pathways partners include AIDS United, AIDS Foundation of Chicago, Baird’s CMC, Desmond Tutu HIV Foundation, Naz India, and RAND.