Seattle Community Conversation Series

 

 

Sero-segregation: access and equity in hiv prevention and treatment
May 30 2017

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Facilitated by brian minalga, office of HIV/AIDS network Coordination@ fred hutchinson cancer research center

More than 35 years have passed since scientists first identified HIV.  Join us to learn about progress in HIV biomedical research and to discuss ongoing challenges in access and equity.

-Should HIV prevention drugs be freely available?
-Should access to HIV medications be treated differently than access to medications for other serious chronic illnesses?
-In the US, how is the current conversation around social and political justice affecting equitable access to these medications?

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Details

When: May 30, 2017  5:45-7:45p.m.
Where: 415 Westlake Ave N. at Kakao Chocolate+Coffee
Cost: $5 students and NWABR members; $10 general admission; in advance or at the door
Includes discussion, significant appetizers, espresso and one pint or glass of wine if 21+
Contact: Jen Wroblewski, engagement@nwabr.org

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Suggested readings and resources

King County First to Reach WHO 90-90-90 Goal

2014 WA State HIV information

Reflections on Previous Topics

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