Answers to Questions on the Fourth Retrovirus Conference
January 26, 1997
The Retrovirus Conference was created to provide a forum for scientists and clinicians to present, discuss, and critique developments in the field of human retrovirology and related opportunistic complications.
The retroviral subjects which will be highlighted are: biology and virology, pathogenesis, host-virus interactions, pathology, immunology, epidemology, diagnostics, prevention, therapy, pharmaceology, and vaccines. In addition, new scientific studies concerning the pathogenisis, immunology, pathogen-host interactions, pathogen-HIV interactions, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of HIV-associated opportunistic infections and malignancies will be included.
Below you can read some of Dr. Torres' and Dr. Pavia's answers to recent questions about the Fourth Retrovirus Conference asked by visitors to The Body.
Answers to Questions:
This article was provided by TheBodyPRO. It is a part of the publication The 4th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections.