XV International AIDS Conference "Meet the Leaders" Session Invites Readers to Submit Questions
June 29, 2004
The XV International AIDS Conference for the first time will feature a full program focusing on leadership in the fight against HIV/AIDS. The Leadership Program will bring global attention to the role and contribution of leaders from around the world. "Meet the Leaders" is a special series of open-house forums scheduled to gather world leaders from national and local governments, industry, science, entertainment and media to answer specific questions about the current state of the fight against HIV/AIDS and the tangible changes leadership can make. The public can submit questions on the fight against HIV/AIDS for the Meet the Leaders sessions to email@example.com. Each question will be read and considered for use in the Meet the Leaders sessions during the conference. Some of the leaders scheduled to attend the sessions include:
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