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HIV and the Future of Medicine

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Financial Times

1 Southwark Bridge

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SE19HL

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The global HIV epidemic has triggered remarkable progress in new models of innovation in drug development and treatment, access, and partnership between companies, governments and patients. It offers valuable lessons for other areas of medicine, while provoking continued debates around ethics and pricing. Join Andrew Jack, Deborah Waterhouse, chief executive of ViiV Healthcare, Yusef Azad, director of strategy at the National AIDS Trust and other guests to discuss these issues.

There will be an opportunity to meet and chat with the FT's specialists including Sarah Neville, global pharmaceuticals editor; Clive Cookson, science editor; and Darren Dodd, author of the FT Health newsletter.

Doors will open at 6:00pm. The conversation will begin at 6:30pm, with drinks to follow until 8:30pm.






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