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HEARD at 5th IAS Conference


HEARD researcher, Suraya Dawad, made the presentation at the MSD exhibit booth where the global research-driven pharmaceutical company arranged a session entitled Conversations in HIV. Speakers from various organisations were invited to participate. The presentation was well received by the audience and an interesting dialogue between Dawad and the audience ensued. In addition, the poster was also presented at 'The Poster Session and Experts Roundtable' at the Conference.

Click here to view the poster.

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