The 2012 International AIDS Conference Washington D.C.
July 22-27, 2012.
The International AIDS Conference is held every two years and has not been in the United States in twenty years. Washington D.C. had the honor of hosting this event filled with celebrities, politicians, researchers, physicians and others heavily involved in the fight against AIDS and HIV. In addition there were 23,767 participants and 183 countries representing.
The Dean was quoted in Bloomberg, Time Magazine, US News and World Report, and was interviewed by Global Medical News.
For more information on this conference visit AIDS 2012.
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