Even though it’s almost the Christmas holiday, I want to get everyone thinking about late February, 2016. The Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections is coming to Boston.
I attended CROI three years ago in Atlanta and it was very useful. But TB usually only makes up a small portion of the meeting, even though it is the leading killer of PLHIV globally. We need to make sure that TB has a big voice at February’s meeting.
What are your thoughts?
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best regards, Phil
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