The 27th Conference on Retroviruses & Opportunistic Infections; The London Patient: a Real HIV Cure?
The Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) is widely recognized as the leading research conference for HIV Disease. The conference features the most cutting-edge clinical research as well as laboratory-based research and epidemiology. The research accepted for presentation must meet the highest standard for quality of the work and it’s relevance to the field.
This year, the 26th CROI was held from March 4-7th in Seattle, Washington. The next three articles in the series will bring you some updates on what we have learned from the conference. With over 1000 presentations, what I present will barely be the tip of the iceberg, but hopefully, you will find the reports interesting and some may even be helpful.
One of the most anticipated research reports to emerge from the Conference is the case of an HIV patient that is potentially “cured” of AIDS, known as the