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International AIDS Conference: Heavy Research, Heady Partiesi
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July 25, 2014 9:40 AM
In 20 years, the International AIDS Conference has ballooned from a gathering of some 2,000 scientists at the inaugural 1985 meeting in Atlanta, to this year’s multi-disciplinary gathering of 12,000 scientists, activists, and people living with the virus. The 2014 conference in Melbourne, Australia covered a seemingly endless array of topics, from hard science to social issues. VOA’s Anita Powell was there and tried to take it all in.

International AIDS Conference: Heavy Research, Heady Parties

Published July 25, 2014

In 20 years, the International AIDS Conference has ballooned from a gathering of some 2,000 scientists at the inaugural 1985 meeting in Atlanta, to this year’s multi-disciplinary gathering of 12,000 scientists, activists, and people living with the virus. The 2014 conference in Melbourne, Australia covered a seemingly endless array of topics, from hard science to social issues. VOA’s Anita Powell was there and tried to take it all in.


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