IAC 2008 : New HIV Numbers: New Prevention Strategy? Part 1

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IAC 2008 XVII International AIDS Conference
Mexico City, Mexico
August 3-8, 2008


New HIV Numbers: New Prevention Strategy? Part 1

August 14, 2008

At the XVII International AIDS Conference in Mexico City, Regan Hofmann talks with Kevin Fenton, MD, PhD, of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about the CDC's recent revision of HIV incidence in the U.S. and strategies to meet new prevention challenges. Part 1 of 2


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