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This is the story about Steve Sjöquist - writer, HIV activist and deacon at Karolinska Universitetssjukhuset in Stockholm. Steve was diagnosed with HIV in 1987 and he was one of the first Swedish AIDS patients to get the new antiretroviral therapy in 1996. It saved his life.
This is a pre-version of the documentary about the writer and AIDS activist, Steve Sjöquist, who was diagnosed with HIV in 1987. Steve was one of the first Swedish AIDS patients to get the new ARV medication in 1996, and it saved his life.
XIX International AIDS Conference in Washington D.C. Congresswoman Barbara Lee comments on the United States travel restrictions against people living with HIV that was resolved in 2012 after 22 years. She also reflects on the possibilities of ending AIDS.
XIX International AIDS Conference. Interview with Michel Kazatzhkine who is the United Nations HIV Special Representative for Eastern Europe and Central Asia. Here he talks about harm reduction policies and the situation for people who are using drugs.
International AIDS Conference in Washington D.C. Interview with Elly Katabira, Co-chair of AIDS 2012, President of IAS and working at Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda. He comments on ending AIDS, on leadership in the AIDS response and the role of IAS.
XIX International AIDS Conference. Interview with Adeeba Kamarulzaman from the University of Malaya in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. She talks about the obstacles and possibilities of ending HIV and AIDS.
XIX International AIDS Conference in Washington D.C. Gottfried Hirnshall is Director of Department of HIV and Global Hepatitis Programme at the WHO. Here he talks about what needs to be done from a health policy perspective to end AIDS, and the role of WHO.
XIX International AIDS Conference in Washington D.C. Barton Haynes from the Duke Human Vaccine Institute (DHVI) has been working in the HIV vaccine field since 1985. Here he talks about the scientific difficulties of finding an HIV vaccine.
XIX International AIDS Conference. The co-chair of this conference, Diane Havlir, has been working with HIV/AIDS since the early 80's at San Francisco General Hospital. Here she talks about the time of the outbreak and about the tools needed to end HIV and AIDS.
Dr Anthony Fauci from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) gives his thoughts on the future of the AIDS epidemic. He also talks about the targets of the current and future HIV/AIDS research and about international partnerships in the AIDS response.
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.
Cutaways from the XIX International AIDS Conference in Washington D.C. in 2010. Pictures from the Global Village with arts and people visiting the booths.