HIV eradication symposium: will the brain be left behind?

@inproceedings{Brew2015HIVES,
  title={HIV eradication symposium: will the brain be left behind?},
  author={B J Brew and Kevin R. Robertson and Edwina J. Wright and Melissa J. Churchill and Suzanne M. Crowe and Lucette A. Cysique and Steven G. Deeks and J. V{\'i}ctor Garc{\'i}a and Benjamin B. Gelman and Lachlan R. Gray and Tory P Johnson and Joby Joseph and David M Margolis and J. L. Mankowski and Brady L Spencer},
  booktitle={Journal of NeuroVirology},
  year={2015}
}
On 18 July 2014, the National Institute of Mental Health in collaboration with ViiV Health Care and Boehringer Ingelheim supported a symposium on HIV eradication and what it meant for the brain. The symposium was an affiliated event to the 20th International AIDS Conference. The meeting was held in Melbourne, Australia, and brought together investigators currently working on HIV eradication together with investigators who are working on the neurological complications of HIV. The purpose of the… CONTINUE READING
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