New research is being presented at AIDS 2014, the 20th International AIDS Conference, from July 20 to 25 in Melbourne, Australia. Physician’s Weekly offers its sincerest condolences to the families, friends, and colleagues of those who lost their lives while en route to AIDS 2014–as well as all the passengers and crew–on board Malaysian Airlines flight MH 17 that was shot down over Ukraine yesterday.  

Meeting Highlights

Can Video Games Increase Patient HIV Knowledge?
HIV Testing Low Among Teens Benefits Seen With At-Home HIV Treatment
PrEP Deemed Safe for Moms & Fetuses HIV Diagnosis Rates Declining

News From the Meeting
AIDS 2014 Ends with Calls for Uniting HIV, Global Health and Human Rights
20th International AIDS Conference Photo Gallery
Now or Never: The Urgency of Closing the Treatment Gap for Children Living With HIV/AIDS
 Adult Male Circumcision Also Protects Women from HIV Infection (video)
Put Patient’s Health First to Improve Outcomes and Program Efficiency: Bill Clinton’s Presentation (video)
Rx Switching Tied to HIV Viral Breakthrough
South Korean Patients Have Nowhere to Go as World Gathers to Discuss HIV/AIDS
Cancer Drug First to Wake Dormant HIV
Fast-Tracking the Global HIV Reponse – Day 5 at AIDS 2014. Sir Bob Geldof Says the ‘Last Mile’ of the HIV Epidemic Must Be Funded
Treating HIV Cuts National Infection Rates
Men Who Have Sex With Men Getting Tx Sooner
Tox-Sparing HIV Regimen Falls Short
‘Kick’ Study Excites AIDS Meeting
How the Dutch Pay Tribute to the Victims of MH17 (A Photo Album)
New HIV Guidelines Released by WHO A
ids-Free Generation Within Reach if We Boost HIV Treatment, Says Bill Clinton
Three-Drug Cocktail Has Promise in TB
Opioid Therapy No Bar to Novel HCV Drugs
Breaking Religious Taboos, the Injustices of HIV and Tackling Stigma and Discrimination – Day 4 at AIDS 2014. Bill Clinton Addresses the Delegates
Decriminialisation, Prevention, Human Rights – Day 3 of AIDS 2014 Sir Richard Branson, Global Drug Commissioner, Joins the Debate
3D Hepatitis C Combo Effective in HIV Patients
Antiviral Group: ‘Biomedical’ Tx Could Slow HIV
Small Payday May Up Circumcision for HIV Prevention
Tesamorelin May Help HIV Patients Shed Fat
Impact Talks With Michel Sidibé, Executive Director of UNAIDS, About the 20th IAC, Tackling Discrimination and the AIDS Epidemic in 10 Years
HIV Cleared in Two Patients via Cancer Treatment
When HIV Research and Data Collection Is at Odds with “Do No Harm”
HIV Cure, HIV Co-Infection and HIV Laws Feature on Day 2 of AIDS 2014
Tributes Paid to Lost Colleagues Aboard Flight MH 17 at the Opening Session of the 20th International AIDS Conference in Melbourne, Australia 
IAS Statement on Flight MH 17 & Update
Setback for Cure Overshadows AIDS Council of War
Kick and Kill: Is This the Best New Hope for an AIDS Cure?
Melbourne Is Hosting the 20th International AIDS Conference and Local Co-chair Sharon Lewin Is Here to Walk Us Through it
Bill Clinton and Bob Geldorf to Headline Melbourne AIDS Conference
‘Super-Duper’ Antibody may Pave Way to HIV Vaccine

More From the Meeting
Conference Overview
AIDS 2014 App (App Store)
AIDS 2014 App (Google Play Store)
AIDS 2014 Destination Guide
The Conference Online
Media Center
Prizes & Awards
Conference Hubs
Exhibition, Satellites and Affiliated Independent Events
Visa and Customs Information
Flights to Melbourne
Hotel Accomodations