Once again, the Kaiser Family Foundation is offering extensive coverage of the XVIII International AIDS Conference in Vienna, Austria.
Today’s program features sessions about people with HIV and tuberculosis; prevention of mother-to-child transmission; HIV testing; the role of families in prevention, treatment and care; policies and measure ins Europe and more.
The Foundation is offering webcasts of sessions and interviews with newsmakers, as well as daily observations from Science magazine reporter Jon Cohen.
The conference website include slides, audio synched to the slides, rapporteur reports, links to abstracts and webcasts.
In related news, health journalists have been discussing an embargo break on a study that was presented at the conference. AHCJ board member and Reuters Health Editor Ivan Oransky has covered the situation here and here on his Embargo Watch blog.