Coming soon: reporting from CROI 2014

Greta Hughson
Published: 28 February 2014

The 21st Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI 2014) is taking place Boston, USA, in early March.

We’ll be reporting on key research presented at the conference, publishing news online at and sending out CROI news summary bulletins by email, three during the conference week and one the following week.

You can sign up for our conference bulletins free of charge in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian or Russian.

CROI is a scientific conference, bringing together researchers and doctors to share their work and debate current issues. This year’s conference will feature important new research on:

  • New drugs for treatment of hepatitis C in people with HIV and hepatitis C co-infection, including interferon-free treatments.
  • New drug combinations for HIV treatment.
  • New approaches to TB treatment in people with HIV.
  • The risk of HIV transmission when the HIV-positive partner is on fully suppressive antiretroviral therapy (ART).
  • Approaches to HIV cure research.

For more information on what to expect, visit the schedule of events on the official CROI website: 

You can also find our coverage from CROI 2013 on our website, along with coverage of other conferences at

“CROI is a global model of collaborative science and the premier international venue for bridging basic and clinical investigation into clinical practice in the field of HIV and related viruses.” CROI 2014 website

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