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The 2012 International AIDS Conference is a gathering of policymakers, scientists, delegates, advocates, persons living with HIV/AIDS and others working to end the disease.
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Policymakers, scientists, delegates, advocates, persons living with HIV/AIDS and others working to end the disease gather in D.C..
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With more than 21,000 people from 177 countries registered, this year’s conference is expected to be the largest such gathering.
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Two families are brought together from opposite sides of the world in a fight against the disease.
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Away from the panels and symposiums, people from countries a world apart met and talked — really talked — about common problems in their struggles to combat HIV/AIDS.
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As the International AIDS Conference returns to the U.S., the disease’s story in 2012 captures the turn of the millennium as a time of optimism as well as crisis.
Elton John spoke at the International AIDS Conference in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday and said that because he did not take precautions, he should have contracted HIV in the 1980s.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton spoke at the International AIDS Conference in Washington, D.C. on Monday. She welcomed the conference back to the U.S. for the first time in 22 years.
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