HIV Research & the Community 4
It's a Brave New World for the Future of HIV Research - join us for the fourth forum in our HIV Research & the Community series.
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In the last four decades HIV has gone from an unknown pathogen, that if untreated, would become lethal in the vast majority of people carrying the virus, to a chronically managed infection. The same drugs that treat the virus now prevent it in the form of pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and undetectable viral load (UVL).
But what of the future of HIV clinical and social research?
- Will a cure be possible?
- What novel treatment options are on the horizon?
- Will there be radical changes to how people take drugs, both for treatment and prevention?
- How will our understandings of the social dimensions of HIV shift in the future?
- Will we see an end to HIV related stigma, both in affected populations and the broader community?
- How will attitudes to sex, safety and relationships change in the coming years?