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Evolution of HIV Management: A 40-Year Retrospective World AIDS Day

Over four decades, the management of HIV has undergone a transformative journey. From the initial discovery in the early 1980s to the present day, advances in antiretroviral therapies, research, and global awareness have reshaped the landscape of HIV care. The evolution has not only extended the lifespan of those living with HIV but has also significantly reduced transmission rates. Continuous efforts in education, treatment accessibility, and stigma reduction mark the progress in the fight against HIV, emphasizing the importance of a comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach in the ongoing battle against the virus.

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Dr. Ravindran Gherard

Professor and HOD of Family medicine, St. John’s Medical College, Bangalore

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Dr. Ravindran Gherard
  • 1st-December-2023, TIME : 05:00PM - 06:00PM
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Over four decades, the management of HIV has undergone a transformative journey. From the initial discovery in the early 1980s to the present day, advances in antiretroviral therapies, research, and global awareness have reshaped the landscape of HIV care. The evolution has not only extended the lifespan of those living with HIV but has also significantly reduced transmission rates. Continuous efforts in education, treatment accessibility, and stigma reduction mark the progress in the fight against HIV, emphasizing the importance of a comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach in the ongoing battle against the virus.

webinar
Dr. Ravindran Gherard
  • 1st-December-2023, TIME : 05:00PM - 06:00PM
  • 0

Over four decades, the management of HIV has undergone a transformative journey. From the initial discovery in the early 1980s to the present day, advances in antiretroviral therapies, research, and global awareness have reshaped the landscape of HIV care. The evolution has not only extended the lifespan of those living with HIV but has also significantly reduced transmission rates. Continuous efforts in education, treatment accessibility, and stigma reduction mark the progress in the fight against HIV, emphasizing the importance of a comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach in the ongoing battle against the virus.