World aids day
Sitting in conversation with Professor Sharon Lewin in Bangkok, it is difficult not to be stunned into silence by her encyclopaedic knowledge of HIV. Lewin is a basic scientist, physician and head of the Department of Infectious Diseases, Monash University and Co-Chair of the international AIDS conference (AIDS 2014) being held in Melbourne next year.
Suarez, Skrtel and co. formed the the campaign’s symbol of a red ribbon.
TOMORROW: World AIDS Day.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the National AIDS Trust (NAT) and tomorrow will mark the 25th World AIDS Day.
30 years have passed since the Centre for Disease Control (CDC) published its first reported case of AIDS. Since then over 25 million people have died from AIDS and an estimated 33.3 million are living with HIV today.
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