20th International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2014)*
  • Official Conference Coverage
    20th International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2014)*
    July 20-25, 2014 | Melbourne, Australia
    CCO is the official provider of online scientific analysis of AIDS 2014, through Capsule Summaries, downloadable slides, and expert faculty analysis of key studies on HIV treatment and prevention.
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    In this Expert Analysis, David A. Cooper, MD, DSc, and Joel E. Gallant, MD, MPH, provide a comprehensive review of the most clinically significant new data from the 2014 International AIDS Conference, along with downloadable slides.
  • Featured content
    In this downloadable slideset, David A. Cooper, MD, DSc and Joel E. Gallant, MD, MPH, review key studies presented at the 2014 International AIDS Conference.
    Date Posted: 8/13/2014
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Conference News – Reported by NAM

Of guidelines, targets and resources: the documents that defined the 2014 International AIDS Conference
Weight gain on ART may raise risk of heart disease and diabetes
Interferon-free hepatitis C treatment works for people on methadone or buprenorphine
Most gay men who don’t use condoms are mindful of HIV and attempt to reduce their risk
Efavirenz use not linked to neurocognitive impairment
How will people use PrEP? iPrEx users talk condoms, pills, anxiety and relief
The more drugs gay men have taken, the more likely they are to have unprotected sex
Tackling moral judgments about sex and sexuality is vital for HIV prevention
ART demand up to 16.8 million by 2016
HIV is increasing in gay men in London because of lack of testing, comparative study finds
Dolutegravir demonstrates good efficacy despite resistance
Could HIV treatment mean safer sex?
More data suggest increased risk of HIV infection for women using contraceptive injections
Anal lesions often resolve without treatment in HIV-positive gay men
Home-testing acceptable in 'treat everyone' trial: treatment takes longer to accept
Treatment as prevention may not work in Africa without couples counselling
Harm reduction funding meeting only 7% of global need
Maraviroc fails to match tenofovir/emtricitabine for first-line HIV treatment
Meta-analysis: only half the people who start PEP complete the course
Globally, 1 in 12 MSM have been arrested for same-sex behavior
Good adherence seen in study of intermittent PrEP
Novel techniques probed in cure research
Romidepsin activates latent HIV, but does not decrease viral reservoir
Adolescent deaths from AIDS rising, especially among boys
Reappearance of HIV in "Mississippi Baby" poses questions for early treatment
Cash transfers plus care halve HIV risk behaviours in South African adolescents
AIDS 2014: Researchers discuss progress towards an HIV cure
Overall PrEP effectiveness in iPrEx OLE study 50%, but 100% in those taking four or more doses a week
What is needed to 'step up the pace' on HIV prevention and treatment?
Significantly less syphilis in female partners of circumcised men
Novel TB regimen could reduce treatment duration
AbbVie 3D regimen cures most genotype 1 HCV in people with HIV and HCV co-infection
Sofosbuvir + ribavirin cures hepatitis C for more than 80% of people with HIV and HCV co-infection
Recession and income inequality have fuelled HIV infections in European drug users
AIDS 2014 opening ceremony honours Flight MH17 dead with drive to end AIDS by 2030

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Partnership Information

AIDS 2014 conference organizers are using a blog and other social media to communicate with delegates attending the meeting and with those following the conference from home.

Social Media
AIDS 2014 updates are available at Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and SmugMug.

Read the AIDS 2014 Blog for posts from conference organizers and guest bloggers.

AIDS 2014 TV
In partnership with the broadcasting company WebsEdge, the conference will provide an on-site AIDS 2014 TV channel featuring programme highlights and interviews. AIDS 2014 TV will be available on the conference Web site, on YouTube and on social media.

AIDS 2014 Live Coverage
FHI 360 will provide live coverage of digital content being shared on social media such as tweets, posts, digital and hashtag campaigns, op-eds, blogs, and more during the conference.

For more information about these resources and AIDS 2014, go to www.aids2014.org.

www.aidsmap.com provides comprehensive news coverage of AIDS 2014, with news reports each day and a daily summary email bulletin for those who want just the highlights of the meeting.

To view the daily news coverage, and to sign up for the daily highlights bulletin (available in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian and Russian) go to www.aidsmap.com/aids2014.