Harvard CFAR Twitter Feed
- t.co/yDGvvQCSOP - Tune in as PACHA Convenes Virtually June 1 & 2 to Discuss COVID-19’s Impact on the HIV Response and the Ending the HIV Epidemic Initiative t.co/J67HgVVVMd
- Breaking News: The writer and activist Larry Kramer has died at 84. His work to shock the U.S. into seeing AIDS as a public health emergency helped shift policy in the 1980s and '90s. “One of America’s most valuable troublemakers,” Susan Sontag called him. t.co/I1aPREbr2H
- HPTN 083 is the HIV prevention study of the year (so far), and the results didn't get nearly enough attention when announced last week. So I'm taking a break from you-know-what to highlight this important trial in today's post. @HIVptn @doc_in_a_box t.co/ChvuJcFQSb
- t.co/yDGvvQCSOP - New COVID-19 CDC Resources on PrEP and Liver Disease t.co/Q0p0QlHTM3
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