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MAPPING THE IMMUNOME 
AND CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS

In this issue, we report extensively on the research presented at AIDS 2014 and, in particular, the Towards an HIV Cure Symposium that preceded the conference, as well as the upcoming inaugural HIV Research for Prevention (HIV R4P) conference to take place in Cape Town, South Africa. We also pay tribute to the researchers and activists whose lives were cut tragically short when they died en route to AIDS 2014 aboard Malaysian Airlines flight 17. Finally, we investigate the plans behind the Human Vaccines Project, which has set ambitious goals for evaluating vaccine immunogens and speeding the development of new vaccines by providing a map of the human immunome. Read more...

 
SPECIAL UPDATE

We extend our sincere condolences to the friends, family and colleagues who have been affected by the Malaysian Airlines tragedy. Please click here for a statement from the International AIDS Society.

 

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Upcoming Meetings

5th International Conference on Retroviral Integration October 23 - 26, 2014 Pacific Grove, CA
2nd International Conference on HIV/AIDS, STDs, & STIs October 27 - 29, 2014 Las Vegas, Nevada
HIV Research for Prevention 2014 (HIV R4P October 28 - 31, 2014 Cape Town, South Africa
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AIDS 2014: Much Accomplished, Much More to Achieve

Despite tremendous gains in the realms of HIV treatment and prevention, the focus at AIDS 2014 was on what still needs to be done.

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