The Wednesday Post – Saturday edition (27/11/2010)

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll know that HIV-AIDS is one of the biggest killers worldwide. About 2 million people each year are killed by HIV. Imagine an endless line of family cars riding up a volcano. Once every minute, a car containing 3 or 4 men, women or children drive off the lip of the crater to their deaths. This is what HIV is doing every day. How can we stop this senseless death?

Lining up to die (Photo taken by Thomas Tu)

If you’re in the Melbourne area, you’re in luck. On December 1st, a public forum hosted by Global HIV Vaccine Enterprise is going deal with the current state, problems and potential solutions to worldwide HIV-AIDS control. Everyone who can should go to this event.

Details

What – Let’s talk HIV prevention! – A public forum

When – 01 December 2010, 16:00 – 18:00

Where – ICT Theatre 1, ICT Building, 111 Barry Street, University of Melbourne, Parkville

Who – Global HIV Vaccine Enterprise, the University of Melbourne. Presenters include: Professor Stephen Kent (University of Melbourne), Prof Tony Kelleher (UNSW), Mike Kennedy (Victorian AIDS Council).

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