15th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections, Boston, 2-6 February 2008
In this issue of HTB, we continue our extended coverage of this important meeting (see previous two issues of HTB for earlier reports.
The reports in this issue covers timing of HAART, treatment access, womens health and paediatric care and include:
- Utility of routine viral load, CD4 count and clinical monitoring among HIV-positive adults in rural Uganda
- Implementation of more complex regimens for prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV in Rwanda
- Safety and efficacy of boosted darunavir in treatment-experienced children and adolescents at 24 weeks
- Initial growth, CD4, and viral load responses to HAART in Ugandan compared to UK/Irish HIV-positive children
Abstracts for the meeting are online as soon as the conference opens, and many of the most important oral abstract sessions and overview sessions are posted as webcasts within a day or so. We encourage readers to go directly to the source for many of these sessions.