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Online Coverage of International AIDS Conference Includes Daily Webcasts, Podcasts and Interviews
Date:7/16/2008

me that Kaiser and IAS have come together to cover the developments and bring highlights of the International AIDS Conferences to those who can not attend in person. By providing free, online access, this unique partnership helps to connect the information and advances generated at the conference to communities in the developed and developing world and helps to raise global awareness of the HIV/AIDS epidemic and the successful efforts to address it.

"We are delighted to partner with the Kaiser Family Foundation again," said IAS Executive Director, Craig McClure. "We are committed to ensuring that those not able to attend the conference have access to its contents through online webcasts. In addition, the webcasts allow those at the conference access to a lasting record of conference proceedings. With Kaiser's expertise, reputation and credibility, we are proud to be associated with the organization as the official webcaster of the conference."

"This partnership allows us to offer a near virtual experience to people who otherwise would not be able to learn about the important developments in HIV/AIDS that come out of this conference," said Drew Altman, Ph.D., Kaiser President and CEO. "Our goal is to provide the information as widely as possible - to a reporter in New York who watches a live webcast of a press conference in Mexico City and to a clinician in Africa who reads a text email update on a cell phone."

AIDS 2008 will provide presentations of important new scientific research and opportunities for dialogue on the major challenges facing the global response to AIDS. The 2008 conference theme is Universal Action Now and the meeting will include sessions about expanding the delivery of HIV prevention and treatment to communities worldwide and facilitating the transfer of knowledge and sharing of best practices. There are more than 33 million people living with HIV worldwide.

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