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During the conference, webcasts of the following sessions will be accessible here and through the online Programme-at-a-Glance. Webcasts of the three plenaries and the opening session will be posted shortly after the conclusion of the session. All other webcasts will be available within eight hours of the end of the session. All times listed are local for Cape Town, South Africa (UTC/GMT+2).

Sunday, 19 July
  • Opening session (19:30-21:30), featuring welcome remarks and keynote addresses by:
    • Françoise Barré-Sinoussi, Can the Establishment and Persistence of HIV Reservoirs Ever be Controlled?
    • Stephen Lewis, Scientists as Activists
Monday, 20 July
  • Plenary (8:40-10:45), featuring the following speakers:
    • Reuben Granich (US): Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy (HAART) as Prevention
    • Amalio Telenti (Switzerland): HIV and Host Genetics
    • Louise Kuhn (South Africa): Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission
    • Wafaa El-Sadr (US): Inflammation and HIV: A New Paradigm

  • Special Session (13:00-14:00): U.S.-Global HIV Policy, Research and Implementation Under the New Administration
  • Special Session (13:00-14:00): Scaling up Biomedical Prevention and Treatment Interventions - The Critical Role of Social Science, Law and Human Rights
Tuesday, 21 July Wednesday, 22 July
  • Plenary, (8:40-10:45), featuring the following addresses:
    • Gerald Friedland (US): Advances in Operations Research Addressing the Convergent HIV and TB Epidemics
    • Pedro Cahn (Argentina): Antiretroviral Therapy in 2009: Successes and Challenges
    • Rachel Jewkes (South Africa): Gender and Sexuality: Recent Data and its Implications for HIV Prevention, Treatment, Care and Support
    • Jerald Sadoff (US): Developments in Tuberculosis Vaccine Research

  • Late Breaker Session, Track B (Clinical Sciences) (13:00-14:00)
  • Late Breaker Session, Track C (Biomedical Prevention) (16:30-17:30)
  • Rapporteur reports and closing session (17:45-19:30), featuring a keynote address by:
    • Graça Machel, Mozambique, Founder and President, Foundation for Community Development and Member, African Progress Panel

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