Latin American Migrant Health Discussed At International Conference On HIV Science In Mexico City

Agence France-Presse: As AIDS conference opens in Mexico, migrants are a focus
“The spread of HIV as a serious aspect of Latin America’s migration crisis — whether through Venezuelans forced to emigrate to obtain medicine or Central American migrants unaware they carry the virus — will be a focus of the world AIDS conference [that opened] Sunday in Mexico City. Some 6,000 scientists, physicians, activists, and government officials are due to learn about the latest in treatments and research and discuss the human and social costs of AIDS and HIV…” (7/21).

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