Past Event

HIV: Is Victory in Sight?

9 Feb 2017

Brighton is set to become the first city in the UK to have United Nations ‘Fast Track City’ status, joining 65 cities worldwide with high levels of HIV working to end the epidemic of HIV/AIDS by 2030. Might we really achieve this in the UK? How can we reduce HIV globally? What are our successes and challenges?

The Brighton and Sussex Medical School conversation is chaired by Baroness Gould of Potternewton and features a panel of experts working in HIV prevention and care, or living with HIV.

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