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Date:7/19/2010

such as IL-7 or prostratin, show very promising results in vitro. She emphasized the urgent need for clinical trials for some of these more promising agents.

AIDS 2010 Scientific Programme

AIDS 2010 received more than 10,650 abstract submissions, 6,128 of which were accepted for presentation and/or inclusion in the CD-ROM. All accepted abstracts are available through the conference website.

Join the Conversation

For the first time, AIDS 2010 organizers are engaging delegates and those following the conference remotely through the use of social networking tools, including Facebook (/aids2010.com), Twitter (@aids2010) and an official conference blog (http://blog.aids2010.org) that features a variety of posts from guest bloggers and conference organizers.

Visit www.aids2010.org for more programme information and comprehensive online coverage.


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