Three nationally recognized HIV/AIDS experts delve into three key questions about the domestic epidemic:
1) Why have we never really made a dent in the HIV infection rate?
2) Why is the HIV infection rate in some U.S. communities like that of communities in
3) Why do so many people have HIV for so long before they are tested?
This event is part of the Positive Action 2010 events addressing pervasive ignorance, silence and denial about HIV/AIDS in our communities. Attendees will gain a deeper appreciation for the various challenges of the domestic HIV/AIDS epidemic and the lives of people living with the virus.
Artist reception for Living with HIV/AIDS: Perspectives Through the Lens photo exhibit to follow lecture.
Carlos del Rio, MD
Professor and Chair, Hubert Department of Global Health at the Rollins School of Public Health
Professor of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases, School of Medicine
Vice President, Policy & Communications
AIDS Foundation of Chicago
Victoria Cargill, MD, MSCE
Director, Minority Research & Clinical Studies, Office of AIDS Research
National Institutes of Health
More information available at www.uwhealth.org/hivcare