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XIX International AIDS Conference in Washington D.C. Interview with MD Judith Currier from the UCLA Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) on ending AIDS. She also talks about aspects of aging and living with HIV which is one of her focuses in research.
XIX International AIDS Conference in Washington D.C. Carsten Zamani who is a Medical Doctor from Germany, talks about his experiences of the conference and his hopes for the coming International AIDS Conference in Melbourne 2014.
XIX International AIDS Conference in Washington D.C. The nurse Dorothy Hickey tells about her work with HIV/AIDS in the US and in South Africa.
XIX International AIDS Conference. Session on Pediatrics with medical doctors and scientists discussing prevention of mother-to-child transmission and the development of antiretroviral treatments suitable for infants and small children.
Mary-Jane Matsolo visits a traditional healer and talks about their important role in the fight against HIV and AIDS. She says that traditional healers are often more trusted than conventional health personnel, and that they are often well educated in HIV and AIDS.
This is a documentary about community networks in Southern Africa focusing on educating people about HIV prevention and providing support and care for people living with HIV and AIDS.
XVII International AIDS Conference in Mexico City. Interview with the Physician and AIDS activist Imane Khachani from Marocco. She talks about how to target young people with comprehensive sex education and messages of HIV prevention.
M.D. Mervyn Silverman is one of the pioneers in the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Here he talks about the shifts of topics on the International AIDS Conferences between 1985 and 2008, about the so called San Francisco Model of AIDS care, and about the closing of the Bathhouses.
Professor Sikhamani Rajasekaran, Supervisor of the Tambaram Hospital in Chennai, talks about the HIV/AIDS outbreak in India, the prevalence of TB co-infection and the services at Tambaram Hospital as well as the need for second-line antiretroviral treatment options.
Dr Selma Dritz tells the story of how the AIDS epidemic started in Los Angeles and San Francisco in the early 80's and how AIDS was connected to the gay liberation movement. She also talks about the government and community responses at that time.
Diane Johns is a nurse at San Francisco General Hospital. She shares her thoughts on terminal care, patient participation, home based care, homelessness, sex education and morality, stigma and other questions related to HIV and AIDS.
Dale Rogers is a lab assistant at San Francisco General Hospital. Here he talks about the relationship between health personnel and AIDS patients and how working with young AIDS patients affects his life. He also talks about stigma among health personnel.