Toronto hosts HIV/AIDS conference November 16-17

Research at the Front Lines: Finding New Solutions in HIV Prevention, Treatment and Support

TORONTO, Nov. 16 /CNW/ - The 11th annual research conference of the Ontario HIV Treatment Network will examine the factors that increase risk for individuals and communities most affected by HIV, as well as interventions that may improve the lives of people living with HIV and prevent the spread of the virus.

Research scientists, decision makers, service providers and people living with HIV will gather in Toronto to explore a wide range of complex and sometimes contentious concerns including:

    
    National pregnancy guidelines for people living with HIV
    Criminalization of HIV/AIDS
    Safe injection and inhalation sites
    HIV and Youth Arts-Based Approaches
    Sexual Risk Taking in Older Adults
    Innovative Skill Building Strategies for people living with HIV
    

SOURCE ONTARIO HIV TREATMENT NETWORK

For further information: For further information: Melanie Mayoh, (416) 642-6486 ext. 2224, mmayoh@ohtn.on.ca; Full program online at www.ohtn.on.ca

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ONTARIO HIV TREATMENT NETWORK

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