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Update on AIDS vaccine R and D August 24 Web conference

What: Web conference to highlight the state of the AIDS vaccine field and outline bold new initiatives to accelerate AIDS vaccine development included in the AIDS Vaccine Blueprint 2006: Actions to Strengthen Global Research and Development, which launched at the XVI International AIDS Conference in Toronto last week.

IAVI also will preview a series of studies and results to be presented at the 2006 AIDS Vaccine Conference in Amsterdam focused on promoting research and development (R&D); building R&D capacity in developing countries; and expanding R&D resources. There will be a Q&A session for journalists.

Who: Dr. Seth Berkley, CEO and Founder, IAVI Dr. Wayne Koff, Senior Vice President of Vaccine Research, IAVI

When: Thursday August 24 16.00-17.00 CET / 15.00-16.00 GMT / 10.00-11.00 AM EST

Where: Your office. Internet connection and phone line needed to participate.

How: U.S. dial in: 1-877-707-9631; Conference ID: xIAVI. International dial in 1-785-830-1914; Conference ID: xIAVI.

To view PPT slides: Log on to: www.connexpresents.com five minutes prior to start time. Select the [Participant Login] icon. "Attend Event" screen will appear and you will be asked to enter the following information: - Name and number of the presentation: xiavi - Your name - Your company - Click the green [Continue] button to participate in the presentation

NOTE: If you login too early or the leader has not yet joined, you will receive a message that states "This Presentation is Currently Unavailable." Please try again in a few minutes

Why: With 40 million infections worldwide and 14,000 new infections occurring each day, the AIDS pandemic continues to outpace the global effort at prevention and treatment, damaging societies and undermining social and economic progress in developing countries. The only hope to stop the spread of the HIV
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