Fri, Jun 3, 2011 -- 9:00 AM

AIDS at 30

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Alexa Stankovic/AFP/Getty

Thirty years ago this Sunday, epidemiologists identified the disease that would later be known as AIDS. Since then, 30 million have died of AIDS. We look back on the last 30 years of AIDS science, medicine and prevention efforts, and look forward to the best hopes of finding a cure.

Host: Dave Iverson


  • Grant Colfax, director of HIV prevention and research for the San Francisco Department of Public Health AIDS Office
  • Jeff Sheehy, HIV patient advocate and board member of the California Institute of Regenerative Medicine
  • Stephen LeBlanc, board member of the AIDS Policy Project
  • Steven Deeks, professor of medicine at UCSF and faculty member in the Positive Health Program at San Francisco General Hospital

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