"South Africa's National HIV/AIDS Treatment Program: The Opportunities & Problems in Treating Two Million Adults and Children"
- 12:00 pm on Thursday, November 14, 2013
- 801 Massachusetts Ave, Crosstown Building, Room 460/460A
South Africa's national treatment program for HIV/AIDS is the largest effort of its kind in the world, treating some 2 million adults and children with antiretroviral therapy. Dr. Francois Venter, a leading HIV clinician and researcher, has been instrumental in the development of the program over the past decade and continues to be one of the most important voices in the country for improving and advancing HIV treatment. At this CGHD Forum for World AIDS Day, Dr. Venter will talk about recent changes to treatment guidelines and service delivery and describe some of the problems and opportunities facing the program in coming years. This event is brought to you by the Center for Global Health & Development, as part of International Education Week, a university-wide celebration of BU's global engagement.