Doctors talk about the state of research and treatment at AIDS conference

Tuesday, August 05, 2008

The 17th International AIDS Conference in Mexico City runs August 3 to 8, 2008. This year’s conference coincided with the startling revelation that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention had underestimated new HIV cases by 40 percent.
Guests: Dr. Ernest Darkoh, Public Health Doctor, 17th International AIDS Conference attendee.

Contributors:

Femi Oke and Corey Takahashi

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