April 25, 2011
Neuilly-sur-Seine, France, April 25, 2011 -- The ISHEID, for ‘International Symposium on HIV & Emerging Infectious Diseases’, is the biennial world leading conference in the fields of HIV & Emerging Infectious Diseases. Organized by an independent group of recognized scientists, it is a guarantee for scientific excellence. The ISHEID provides a tremendous opportunity for partnership and exchange. The conference website, www.isheid.com, is now live.
The 2012 edition of the conference will tackle current issues on HIV research as well as financial and capacity strains facing the heath care system.
Despite major advances in diagnosis and treatment, 7000 new cases of HIV infection still occur daily around the world. This is a proof that current prevention strategies are failing and that new avenues have to be explored. On the other hand, access to care is in jeopardy, not only in developing countries but also in the developed world due to the financial crisis.
Thirty years after the beginning of the epidemic, HIV infection and AIDS represents, more than ever, an issue of access to care and human rights, meaning that a revolution involving scientists and patients is mandatory.
The 2012 ISHEID meeting will address all these issues for a world free of HIV AIDS.
About the 2012 ISHEID AIDS Conference: International Congress Center, Marseille, France, website: www.isheid.com
Contact: Alain Lafeuillade, Overcome, Blvd Paul Emile Victor, 92523, Neuilly-sur-Seine, France; Ph: +33 (0) 1 40 88 97 97; Email: email@example.com
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