Posted Monday, August 6, 2012
Two studies discussed at the recent International AIDS conference in Washington create hope that a cure, not just treatment, for HIV is possible. On the next Sound of Ideas, we'll talk about those promising developments, and about important local scientific studies, with a Northeast Ohio AIDS researcher. And we'll discuss the latest in current HIV and AIDS treatment and prevention strategies, Monday at 9 with host Mike McIntyre on the Sound of Ideas.
Jonathan Karn, Chairman and Director, Case Western Reserve University Center for AIDS Research
Dr. Alan Taege, Director of HIV Care, Cleveland Clinic
Judith Pindell, Director of Public Policy and Advocacy, AIDS Taskforce of Greater Cleveland
Lawrence Stallworth, Education Outreach Coordinator, AIDS Taskforce of Greater Cleveland
AIDS Taskforce of Greater Cleveland
HIV and AIDS Treatment at the Cleveland Clinic
Case Western Reserve University Center for AIDS Research
CWRU researcher Jonathan Karn seeks way to find HIV when it is hiding
Cleveland student shares his story about living with HIV at the International AIDS Conference
Mars Science Laboratory: Curiosity
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