UN 90-90-90 Target Workshop Videos

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    Dr. Julio Montaner speaking on 90–90–90 A treatment target to help end AIDS
    Diane Havlir speaking on the SEARCH Study
    François Dabis speaking on Lessons from clinical trials ANRS 12249


    Richard Hayes speaking on Reaching the 90-90-90 target: Lessons from HPTN 071
    Max Essex is speaking on Botswana Combination Prevention Project (BCPP)
    Wafaa El-Sadr speaks on HPTN 065 : Lessons Learned


    Myron Cohen speaking on HPTN 052: What Happened Next
    David Maman, Closer to the 90-90-90: Cascade of Care 10 Years After ART Scale-up in Malawi
    Fiona Walsh, Early Access to ART for ALL (EAAA) Implementation Study in Swaziland


    Peter Coakley,The African Cohort Study (AFRICOS) Informing Progress to 90-90-90
    Frank Tanser, Results from a pop-based HIV cohort and TasP trial, South Africa
    Sabin Nsanzimana speaking on Rwanda, HIV Care Continuum Towards 90-90-90 Targets


    Zunyou Wu speaks on China Takes Actions Toward 90-90-90 Target
    Fábio Mesquita speaks on UN 90-90-90 Target Workshop: Lessons from the field
    Nittaya Phanupha, Thai MSM and TG Test and Treat Study: towards community-based model


    Susan Buchbinder speaking on Getting to Zero San Francisco: The Power of Collective Impact
    Msgr. Robert J Vitillo speaks on Ending HIV as a Public Health Emergency
    Art Poon - Lessons from implementing a phylogenetic monitoring system of HIV outbreaks in B.C.


    David Ripin speaking on Reaching Universal Coverage
    Irene Hall speaking on Diagnosis, Care, and Viral Suppression among persons living with HIV
    Gottfried Hirnschall - WHO HIV Guidelines: How Innovations in Policy can pave the way to 90-90-90


    Linda-Gail Bekker, The Optimization of the HIV Care Continuum for Adults and Adolescents
    Ambassador Deborah Birx speaks on Moving the 90/90/90 objectives into implementation
    Kate Thomson speaks on The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria


    Matthew Kavanagh speaking o Human Rights and Community Perspectives