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Different demographics have different understanding and experiences of HIV (human immunodeficiency virus). While younger people may not know very much about HIV and don’t consider it much of a threat, those with a longer life experience may still have a sense of dread regarding HIV. “The Good News About HIV” aims to bring public health professionals, healthcare workers, and providers up-to-date on HIV – the successes that have taken place, and the issues that remain, enabling them to take current knowledge and understanding into their work.

 

Learning Objectives:
1. Describe the Evolution of HIV Treatment and its Impact on the survival/life expectancy of people with HIV.
2. Explain HIV Treatment as a Prevention Strategy.
3. Discuss Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis and its Impact on HIV Transmission.

Speakers:
Cyril Goshima, MD, Principle Investigator Emeritus, Pacific AIDS Education & Training Center – Hawaiʻi US-Affiliated Pacific Islands (PAETC-HIAPI)
Louie Mar Gangcuangco, MD, MSc, AAHIVS, Principle Investigator, Pacific AIDS Education & Training Center – Hawaiʻi & US-Affiliated Pacific Islands (PAETC- HIAPI)

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