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The British Columbia Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS is Canada's largest HIV/AIDS research, treatment & education organization.
The British Columbia Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS is Canada's largest HIV/AIDS research, treatment & education organization.

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Life expectancy of #HIV-positive individuals on combination antiretroviral therapy in Canada http://bit.ly/1MejKZs  
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Virologic suppression and mortality of patients who migrate for HIV care in the province of British Columbia, Canada, from 2003 to 2012: a retrospective cohort study  http://ht.ly/SiMJE
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Achieving an AIDS-free World: What will it take? Dr. Julio Montaner speaks on Treatment as Prevention and the 90-90-90 target.
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Zunyou Wu speaks on China Takes Actions Toward 90-90-90 Target
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Watch UN 90-90-90 Target Workshop Videos. In follow up to the successful launch of the new UN 90-90-90 Target for HIV treatment last year at UNGASS, a strong global consensus has emerged in its support as a key step towards ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030. 
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Dr. Julio Montaner on the Last 20 Years in HIV 
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A new study has found that Canadians diagnosed with HIV are living longer than ever, but continued inequalities in life expectancy across the country have one researcher calling for a national HIV/AIDS strategy.
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The Vancouver Consensus: antiretroviral medicines, medical evidence, and political will

In 1996, the global HIV community gathered in Vancouver, Canada, for the XI International AIDS Conference and shared the clear evidence that triple-combination antiretroviral treatment held the power to stem the tide of deaths from AIDS. The HIV treatment era had begun. As we gathered again in Vancouver in July, 2015, it was clear that a new transformative moment is upon us. The Vancouver Consensus statement,1 which emerged at the recently concluded 8th International AIDS Society Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention (IAS 2015), signals the scientific affirmation that, rather than limiting access to those who are immune compromised, immediate access to antiretroviral medicines holds the power to rapidly advance the fight to end AIDS.

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Life expectancy of #HIV-positive Canadians rises to 65 years: study 
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