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Registration for the XIX International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2012) opens Dec. 1
Date:11/28/2011

28 November, 2011 (Washington, DC United States) Registration, abstract and programme activity submissions for the XIX International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2012), to be held from 22 to 27 July 2012 in Washington, D.C., open December 1 online at www.aids2012.org.

More than 25,000 participants and 2,000 journalists from approximately 200 countries are expected to convene at the conference, which is predicted to be a landmark event in the history of HIV and AIDS both in the United States and globally.

"Turning the Tide Together", the theme of the conference, emphasises that we have reached a pivotal moment in time and that seizing this potential and actually turning the tide on HIV and AIDS will require commitment and action on many levels. The conference will be an important and high profile opportunity to reflect on the tension between recent scientific advances which could theoretically end the epidemic, and the current global economic crisis which threatens the funding necessary to implement this scientific knowledge.

"In the last couple of years we have seen some incredibly important breakthroughs in science," said. Elly Katabira, International Chair of AIDS 2012 and President of the International AIDS Society (IAS). "The results of the CAPRISA trial presented at AIDS 2010 and the data from IAS 2011 proving beyond a doubt that treatment is prevention have shown us that we now have the real potential to change the direction of HIV. Science has provided us with the tools, what we need now is a global political and economic commitment to action. A turbulent economic climate must not halt funding for research and implementation".

The return of the International AIDS Conference to the United States after more than 20 years represents a victory for public health and human rights and it is the result of dedicated advocacy to end the nation's misguided entry restrictions on people living wi
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Contact: Adina Ellis
adina.ellis@aids2012.org
202-442-8391
International AIDS Society
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