New insights in HIV management and strategies for a cure

Published 01, Oct, 2012
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ACT’s second Community Health Forum in the current series is on new insights in HIV management and strategies for a cure. Attendance is free. The forum will also be available via webcast.

New insights in HIV management and strategies for a cure

The second workshop in the current series of free open discussion forums for people living with HIV hosted by the AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT) will be held on Wednesday, October 10, 2012 at 7:00pm at the Ramada Plaza Hotel, 300 Jarvis Street in Toronto. 

The topic this month is New insights in HIV Management and Strategies for a Cure. The forum will address questions such as: 

  • What is the current problem with curing HIV infection?
  • Reservoirs and immune containment.
  • What should we do in the future? 

ACT has lined up a distinguished panel of experts to present on this topic, including Dr. Tae-Wook Chun from Johns Hopkins University, who is one of the world’s leading experts in this field. 

The workshop will be webcast live so those who cannot attend in person can participate in the event online. The forum and the webcast will begin promptly at 7:00 pm and last two hours. 

To join the live web cast: login at 7:00 pm EDT (23:00 GMT) on October 10 at    

The forum will also be recorded and should be available for viewing on the day following the event at the same website: 

This forum is free and no registration is required. For those attending in person, a light buffet will be available from 6:00 pm. 

For more information, see the flyer below or contact Robin Rhodes at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 416 340 8484 ext. 219. 



How to live well with HIV, John McCullagh’s interview with Robin Rhodes about ACT’s community health forums.

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