International AIDS Society (IAS)
Société international du SIDA
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1988. Reorganized 1994, in connection with the Yokohama International AIDS Conference, when the Society became registered and Bylaws were written.
Provide critical platforms for presenting new research, sharing best practice and advancing the fight against HIV/AIDS; help close gaps in knowledge and expertise at every level of the response; advance the state of the art and expand access to HIV prevention, treatment and impact mitigation; promote dialogue, education and networking.
2018 Amsterdam, Netherlands – International AIDS Conference
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