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Podcast Central: Conference Coverage

August 29, 2008

Conference Coverage
Podcasts From AIDS 2008
Featured Podcast: Thembi Ngubane
 
Thembi Ngubane

When she tested HIV positive in 2002 at the age of 16, Thembi Ngubane of South Africa scarcely had an idea what HIV meant. Now 23, she is one of the foremost HIV activists on the planet. She received worldwide recognition in 2006, when National Public Radio featured a stunning audio diary she kept in 2004 and 2005. Here at the XVII International AIDS Conference, she has been a near-ubiquitous presence, giving speeches and even co-chairing a major session on the state of the HIV pandemic. And did we mention that she has a 3-year-old, HIV-negative daughter? We were fortunate enough to have the opportunity to sit down with Thembi and hear her incredible story.


The People of AIDS 2008
 
Ayman (7 min.)

Christo Greyling (18 min.)

Margarita (7 min.)

Thembi Ngubane (39 min.)

Sheryl Lee Ralph (2 min.)

Pernessa Seele (2 min.)

On the Front Lines
 
Peter Piot (19 min.)

Sheryl Lee Ralph (5 min.)

Pernessa Seele (5 min.)

Noteworthy & Newsworthy
 
Joseph Aman (6 min.)

Prevention & Testing
 
Bernard Hirschel, M.D. (6 min.)

HIV Community (52 min.)

Jim Pickett (15 min.)

Antonio E. Urbina, M.D. (15 min.)

Complications & Coinfections
 
Professor Mark Bower (9 min.)

Jens Lundgren, M.D. (9 min.)

Clincal Management
 
Paul Sax, M.D. (9 min.)

Robert Siliciano, M.D., Ph.D. (5 min.)

Peter Williams, Ph.D. (5 min.)

Ben Young, M.D. (6 min.)

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