My Final Thoughts on AIDS 2018, and a Farewell to Amsterdam
August 1, 2018
How can the International AIDS Society, and our global community of health and human rights activists, allow the conference to proceed in a country that has become so horribly inhospitable to all the key populations affected by HIV/AIDS -- including thousands of them hoping to attend in 2020? Be sure to follow the #AIDS2020ForAll hashtag to stay informed on this issue.
As my jetlag wears off and I return to life back here in the States, I feel nothing but gratitude for this opportunity, and a deep humility for my privileged place in the global community of those living with HIV. Thank you for following this coverage, and for your supportive comments and virtual hugs.
Thanks for watching, my friends, and please be well.
Be sure to check out all of Mark S. King's videos from AIDS 2018.
This article was provided by TheBody. It is a part of the publication The 22nd International AIDS Conference.
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