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More Questions than Answers as Global AIDS Conference Wraps Up
Stevens and Veblen offer a brief recap and analysis of the events that unfolded during the global AIDS conference in Toronto this week.
It's been a fascinating week in Toronto mixing with the global AIDS community. Some 30,000 delegates from around the world made the trip. The majority of these people make their living from the HIV/AIDS industry. There have been some encouraging policy developments, not least on prevention. But an air of unreality still clings to most of the discussions.
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