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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. 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.
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 Takayuki Ota from The Scripps Research Institute in La Hoia, San Diego. He is part of the Creative and Novel Ideas in HIV Research Grants Program (CNIHR), a IAS and NIH collaboration.
XIX International AIDS Conference. Session focusing on the scientific strategies in HIV cure research, ethical questions in clinical HIV cure trials and the patient benefits of those clinical trials. The panel members are scientists and physicians, activists and long-term survivors.
XIX International AIDS Conference. Lecture on SAMHD1 proteins by a scientist from the French vaccine research institute ANRS. The French Minister of Higher Education and Research holds a speech about the French-American collaboration in vaccine research.
XIX International AIDS Conference in Washington D.C. Press conference on HIV vaccine research and stem cell transplantation in HIV patients with the co-discoverer of HIV, Françoise Barré-Sinoussi, among others. Chaired by the Australian MD Sharon Lewin.
XIX International AIDS Conference. Sharon Lewin from Monash University in Melbourne discusses the possibilities of ending AIDS and scientific breakthroughs during the 30 years of the epidemic, for instance the discovery that some people are resistant to HIV.
This film tells the US story of the AIDS epidemic starting in the early 1980's. Scientists and activists, both pioneers and youths of today, talk about research, prevention, treatment and care. They also discuss stigma, homophobia and poverty as closely related to HIV and AIDS.
French virologist and Nobel Prize winner Luc Montagnier reflects on the discovery of HIV, discusses disappointments and lessons learned along the way and the possibility of a vaccine, and gives advice for future AIDS researchers.
Interview with George Louis, Professor and Director at the division of Vaccine and Research at the Initiative of Human Virology (IHV) in Baltimore. He talks about the current HIV vaccine trials and reflects on the future.
Steve Gold, professor at John Hopkins University in the Department of Biological Chemistry, talks about the paradigms of the HIV/AIDS research fields.