Dr Martina Penazzato (World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva, Switzerland) discusses the highlights from this year’s CROI 2022 meeting in regard to new agents for HIV and active research. The current global guideline recommendations for postnatal antiretroviral prophylaxis in vertical HIV transmission are discussed in a separate interview: Martina Penazzato, CROI 2022: Antiretrovirals for Prevention of HIV: From Adults to Infants
The talk entitled: ‘Antiretrovirals for prevention: from adults to babies’ was presented at Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) 2022 (Virtual), 12-16 February 2022.
Disclosures: Martina Penazzato has nothing to disclose in relation to this video
Support: Interview and filming supported by Touch Medical Media. Interview conducted by Katey Gabrysch.
Filmed as a highlight of CROI 2022
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