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Bangkok Conference, July 11-16; Getting News Online

By Paul Davis and Allison Dinsmore

June 30, 2004

The XV International AIDS Conference in Bangkok, Thailand July 11-16 will be the largest AIDS conference of the year and probably the largest ever; already 10,000 abstract presentations have been submitted, more than to any other AIDS conference. Fortunately there will be plenty of good reporting online, both during the conference and afterwards, for those who cannot go (and for those who do go as well, as no one could attend more than a fraction of the public meetings, many of which happen simultaneously).

Of the following news sources, only the first two are specific to the conference itself. The rest provide AIDS reporting at any time, whether or not any conference is happening, and we recommend them for AIDS-related news.

Note: Web sites change over time. If a link below does not work, try going to the home page (generally by using the name through the .org or .com, ignoring what follows), then try to find the information by looking around the site. If the home page does not work, then usually the site is down temporarily, and will be working again within a day.

Bangkok Conference News

General News (Mainstream Newspaper, Newswire AIDS Reports)

In-Depth General and Medical AIDS Reports

ISSN # 1052-4207

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