Paula Cannon from the University of Southern California and the defeatHIV Collaboratory tells us why everyone should more seriously consider the gene therapy approach to fuctionally curing HIV.
Caught on video at A Community Town Hall on HIV Cure Research held in Washington DC on Tuesday, October 14th, 2014.
The evening was an opportunity for HIV-positive individuals, advocates, providers and policymakers in the DC area who interested in learning about the current status of research into curing HIV infection.
It coincided with a scientific workshop at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), “Strategies for an HIV Cure 2014”.
Props to the event's many partners:
AIDS Action Baltimore, AIDS Treatment Activists Coalition, AIDS United, amfAR, AVAC, Community Education Group, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, Forum for Collaborative HIV Research, Martin Delaney Collaboratory Community Advisory Boards, National Black Gay Men’s Advocacy Coalition, National Minority AIDS Council, Project Inform, START at Westminster, The DC Developmental Center for AIDS Research Community Advisory Board, The DC Center for the LGBT Community, The Legacy Project, The Women’s Collective, Treatment Action Group, Us Helping Us