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This session assesses the future of the HIV response in the context of an increasingly integrated global health and development agenda. Sustainable epidemic control is required to combat increasing concentration of the epidemic in key populations. Four decades into the battle with HIV/AIDS, there have been many lessons learnt from the HIV response as well as other global health efforts that could be used to champion future efforts that are more efficient, effective and require fewer resources. This session aims to discuss these lessons, as well as identify real threats to global health and the HIV response. 

13:00
TUSS0101
Introduction
Jon Cohen, United States
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13:10
TUSS0102
Panel discussion
Michel Kazatchkine, Switzerland
Deborah Birx, United States
Adeeba Kamarulzaman, Malaysia
Sani Aliyu, Nigeria
13:45
TUSS0103
Address and Women, Girls and HIV Investigator’s Prize
Raymonde Goudou Coffie, Cote D'Ivoire
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13:55
TUSS0104
Closing remarks