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AIDS conference opens at key turning point
At turning point, International AIDS Conference opens with aim to stem HIV's spread
By The Associated Press

WASHINGTON (AP) Researchers, doctors and patients attending the world's largest AIDS conference are urging the world's governments not to cut back on the fight against the epidemic when it is at a turning point.

There is no cure or vaccine yet, but scientists say they have the tools to finally stem the spread of this intractable virus. They will do that largely by using treatment not just to save patients but to also make them less infectious.

More than 20,000 scientists, people living with HIV and policy-makers are meeting this week to figure out how to turn some scientific advances into practical protections, valuable additions to those tried-and-true condoms.




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