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CCTV cross over: Should AIDS Conference come to China?

07-23-2010 19:24 BJT

The International AIDS Conference is coming to a close in Vienna with some major achievements, including a new vaginal gel that cuts down on HIV infections.

Also, a revolutionary new approach to increase access called "Treatment 2.0".

My colleague James Chau is LIVE in Vienna where he's joined by the head of the conference and Canadian scientist, Dr. Julio Montaner. James, tell us more about the results of the conference?

Q1: As the conference closes what is the main thing that we can take away?

Q2: The response to AIDS appears to be accelerating. The conference has made headlines around the world and has certainly created excitement. Should the conference come to China?


Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source: CNTV.CN

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