Westat Heads to 2019 National HIV Prevention Conference

How can we eliminate new HIV infections over the next decade? How do we ensure that everyone benefits from advances in HIV detection and treatment? What role does data play in helping to achieve these goals?

Westat is heading to the National HIV Prevention Conference (NHPC) from March 18-21, 2019, in Atlanta, Georgia, to help answer these questions. Our HIV prevention researchers and health communicators will meet with health departments, community-based organizations, federal agencies, clinicians, people with HIV, and others to discuss dynamic approaches to HIV prevention, testing, and treatment.

Visit us in booth #316 to learn more about Westat’s support for efforts to combat HIV across the globe.

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