The #Fenway Institute at the XIX International AIDS Conference #HIV #aids2012

The institute website offers a list:

JULY 16 – 31 — INTERNATIONAL AIDS CONFERENCE XIX COVERAGE Staff fromFenway Health and The Fenway  Institute attended the XIX International AIDS Conference in Washington, DC July 23 – 27.  Fenway’s staff, their work, and their thoughts on relevant issues received extensive media coverage before, during and after the conference.

  • Ken Mayer appear on the Michaelangelo Signorileshow to discuss the HPTN 061 study results 7/31
  • Ken Mayer is quoted talking about PrEP in Edge Media Network’s IAS 2012 wrap-up7/30
  • quoted our conference wrap-up email in post-IAS 2012 coverage7/29
  • The Huffington Postinterviewed Ken Mayer for a story on HPTN 061 7/29
  • Family Practice Newsquotes Ken Mayer on treatment as prevention 7/27
  • NBCNews.comquotes Ken Mayer talking about the majority of US HIV patients, who don’t have access to adequate care or antiretroviral medications 7/27
  • WCVB TV 5interviewed Steve Boswell about two patients that researchers at Brigham and Women’s hospital have recently confirmed have undetectable HIV viral loads following bone marrow transplants 7/27
  • Metro Weekly published an op/ed‘Caution and Optimism’ by Sean Cahill 7/26
  • Boston.comcovered a survey of attitudes towards PrEP among gay and bisexual men in Providence, RI conducted by The Fenway Institute and Yale University 7/26
  • Metro Weeklycovered the July 23 IAS 2012 PrEP debate that featured Ken Mayer 7/25
  • AIDSMed.comquoted Ken Mayer about the HPTN 052 serodiscordant couple data that was released at IAS 2012 7/25
  • On July 23, the HPTN 061 study released its findings on HIV and Black MSM in the United States.  Fenway was one of 6 study sites in the country and Ken Mayer was quoted heavily in coverage of the study

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