List of National HIV Prevention Conference Conferences:
For over 20 years, HIV and AIDS have presented historic challenges to our nation's public health, scientific, and medical communities. It is estimated that in the United States, 1.1 million — up from an estimated 850,000 to 950,000 at the end of 2002 — persons are living with HIV. About one-fourth of those with HIV have not yet been diagnosed and are unaware of their infection. The number of people living with AIDS is increasing as effective new drug therapies keep HIV-infected persons healthy longer and dramatically reduce the death rate. Despite extremely beneficial advances in HIV/AIDS treatment in recent years, the epidemic is far from over. An estimated 40,000 Americans become infected with HIV every year, and many of these are young persons under the age of 25. The HIV epidemic is severely impacting communities of color, particularly young people and women. Sixty percent of new infections among men continue to be among men who have sex with men (MSM). Recent evidence suggests there has been a resurgence in unsafe behaviors among some communities of MSM. This conference brings together all of the various players in the HIV prevention arena. It is unique in its sole concentration on the ever important science of HIV prevention.
2011 National HIV Prevention Conference From August 14, 2011 to August 17, 2011 Atlanta, GA 2009 National HIV Prevention Conference From August 23, 2009 to August 26, 2009 Atlanta, GA 2007 National HIV Prevention Conference From December 2, 2007 to December 5, 2007 Atlanta, Georgia National HIV Prevention Conference - 2005 From June 12, 2005 to June 15, 2005 Atlanta, Georgia, USA National HIV Prevention Conference - 2003 From July 27, 2003 to July 30, 2003 Atlanta, Georgia, USA National HIV Prevention Conference - 1999 From August 29, 1999 to September 1, 1999 Atlanta, Georgia, USA
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