AIDS 2010 to explore most recent developments in HIV science Conference will explore newest developments in HIV technology, emphasize the need for an evidenced-based response to HIV and drug plan, and urge world leaders to follow through on commitment to general accessOrganizers of the XVIII International AIDS Conference announced today that President Costs Clinton, founder of the William J dmae . Clinton Base and 42nd President of the United States, and South African Wellness Minister Aaron Motsoaledi will become among 19 high-level speakers who will address an estimated 25,000 conference attendees in Vienna this summer. July under the theme Rights Right here AIDS 2010 will take place from 18 to 23, Right Now. President Clinton will deliver keynote remarks on Monday, 19 July.
The article includes responses from users of the Center for Health and Gender Equality , Universal Usage of Female Condoms , Community Initiative for Tuberculosis, HIV/Helps and Malaria and Oxfam, who spoke with reporters at the conference. Challenges to distributing female condoms include price and a dependence on innovative design and marketing, AFP reports. Carol Nawina Nyirenda of CITAM+ said a lady condom is normally 50 cents, in comparison to a male condom which is usually for one cent. This article also notes that Jim Clarken of Oxfam cited studies conducted in Cameroon and Nigeria that showed ‘an incredibly high rate of acceptability of woman condoms by men and women,’ he said .