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With growing attention to epidemic control, but also concerns about the challenges of ending AIDS as a public health threat, this press conference will highlight a new, comparative analysis that looks across six locations that each have successfully driven down new HIV infections and HIV mortality: London, Malawi, Rakai, San Francisco, Sydney, and Thailand. The analysis identifies the elements that contributed to success and provides a roadmap for accelerated progress for the future, combining priorities for programme, policy, and rapid scaling of new interventions.

Anthony Fauci, National Institute of Health (NIH), United States
The opportunity to end the epidemic and what it will take
Greg Millett, amfAR, United States
Ingredients of global success and a case study from Thailand
Maureen Luba, AVAC / COMPASS, Malawi
Lessons from Malawi and Rakai district, Uganda
Jennifer Kates, Kaiser Family Foundation, United States
London, New South Wales, and San Francisco: What we can learn from localities that have made progress
Chris Collins, Friends of the Global Fight Against AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, United States
A global timeline of the future