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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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International AIDS Conference

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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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International AIDS conference: New HIV foundation, study on youth and risky behavior

(Carolyn Kaster / AP)

Timothy Ray Brown announces new foundation; Rate of risky sexual behavior down among black high school students.

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Prominent AIDS researchers killed in Flight MH17 crash

Top AIDS researchers en route to the International AIDS Conference in Melbourne were among those killed when a Malaysia Airlines jet was shot down over Ukraine.

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Top AIDS researcher believed lost when airliner shot down

(Maxim Zmeyev / Reuters)

Several other delegates heading for a conference in Australia were believed to be aboard the Malaysia Airlines jet.

Photos: Memorials continue for Flight 17 victims

Days after the plane crash, mourners are leaving flowers, candles and other tributes.

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International AIDS Conference will have a big footprint in host city D.C. next week

(Bill O'Leary)

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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International AIDS Conference brings two families together in fight against disease

(Robin N. Hamilton / Courtesy of Robin N. Hamilton)

Two families are brought together from opposite sides of the world in a fight against the disease.

 

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