Friday 28 June

Saturday 29 April

 
 

Opening Session

Pathways Towards HIV cure for Infected Children and Youth

K. Luzuriaga

not available

 

 

Session 1: Management of Pediatric HIV Infection (I)

Using lopinavir concentrations in hair to assess risk of virological failure among Asian adolescents

W. Prasitsuebsai

Pres.

 

PRINCE1: Safety and efficacy of ATV powder and RTV liquid in HIV-1-infected ART-naïve and experienced infants and children 3 months to 6 years of age

S. Biguenet

Pres.

 

Pharmacokinetics of abacavir and lamivudine once- versus twice-daily in HIV-infected Thai children

P. Punyahotra

Pres.

 

 

Session 2: Management of Pediatric HIV Infection (II)

Clinical case: Child with swollen hands

L. Aurpibul

Pres.

 

Clinical case: Child with refarctory Anemia

K. Razali

Pres.

 

Clinical case: Child with cross eye

N. Kurniati

Pres.

 

A randomized study comparing low dose versus standard dose lopinavir/ritonavir among HIV-infected children with virological suppression

T. Puthanakit

Pres.

 

Efficacy, Safety, and Adherence of TDF/3TC/EFV Once Daily in Virologic-suppressed HIV-infected Children following Switching from NNRTI-based Regimens

L. Aurpibul

Pres.

 

 

Session 3: Adolescents and HIV (I)

Debate: Adolescents with high risk behaviour should be offered PrEP

 

 

 

PRO - standpoint

S. Bakeera-Kitaka

Pres.

 

CON - standpoint

A. Sohn

Pres.

 

 

Session 4: Adolescents and HIV (II)

Sex, Drugs and ART - coming of age with perinatal HIV

E. Abrams

Pres.

 

Prevalence of Depression amongst HIV Infected Adolescents in Malawi

A. Mazenga

Pres.

 

Naive CD4 T lymphocytes and recent thymic emigrants, 15 or more years after perinatal HIV infection: the ANRS-EP38-IMMIP study

F. Buseyne

Pres.

 

Poor retention of HIV-positive adolescents and youth enrolled in care and on treatment in Kenya

E. Koech

Pres.

 

 
 
 
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