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Broadcasts and digital media with information, news and discussion about HIV.

CROI 2024: Weekly lenacapavir / islatravir for HIV treatment

6 March 2024

At CROI 2024, Dr Amy Colson from the Community Resource Initiative in Boston spoke to aidsmap's Roger Pebody about islatravir and lenacapavir as a once-weekly oral HIV treatment.

CROI 2023: Lenacapavir and two broadly neutralising antibodies for treatment

23 February 2023

 At CROI 2023, Professor Joseph Eron from University of North Carolina spoke to NAM's Roger Pebody about lenacapavir and two broadly neutralising antibodies for treatment.

CROI 2022: Antibody treatment for children

17 February 2022

Dr Roger Shapiro from Harvard University talks about antibody treatment for children with HIV and could it be used instead of pills at CROI 2022.

IAS 2021: Injectable treatment for multidrug-resistant HIV

23 July 2021

Professor Jean-Michel Molina of Hôpital Saint-Louis in Paris talks about injectable lenacapavir, a capsid inhibitor currently under development, for people with multidrug-resistant HIV at IAS 2021.

IAS 2021: Injectable lenacapavir for people starting HIV treatment

23 July 2021

At IAS 2021, Professor Samir Gupta of Indiana University talks about lenacapavir, an experimental capsid inhibitor, for people starting HIV treatment.

aidsmapLIVE: World AIDS Day 2020 special

26 November 2020

With HIV doctor and Chair of the British HIV Association, Dr Laura Waters; Director, Regional Support Team for Eastern Europe and Central Asia at UNAIDS, Vinay Saldanha; Adviser, Global HIV, Hepatitis and STI Programmes at the World Health Organization, Andy Seale; and Head of Programmes at GNP+, Georgina Caswell.

IAS 2017: HIV Community Forum

23 August 2017

Our HIV Community Forum shared information on HIV treatment and prevention from the 9th IAS Conference on HIV Science. With Dr Tristan Barber, from Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust; Memory Sachikonye, from UK Community Advisory Board (UK-CAB); and Gus Cairns and Roger Pebody, from NAM aidsmap.