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This session, targeted towards a mixed audience of basic scientists, clinical researchers and patient representatives, covers recent findings on HIV latency and persistence and on novel therapeutic strategies to achieve HIV sustainable remission both in men and women. Participants will hear about the latest developments in our knowledge of HIV reservoirs and of mechanistic pathways of latency.  The question of biological factors, which could produce sex-based differences in the response to HIV cure strategies, is also addressed. The participants can also learn about novel interventions based on broadly neutralizing antibodies or on potential similarities between cancer and HIV persistence through a short report of the pre-conference forum on HIV cure and cancer.

14:30
MOWS0201
Introduction
14:40
MOWS0202
Silencing pathways of HIV expression
Olivier Rohr, France
15:05
MOWS0203
New cellular reservoirs
Shinya Suzu, Japan
15:30
MOWS0204
Potential role of bNAbs in HIV cure
Michel Nussenzweig, United States
15:55
MOWS0205
Implication of sex-based differences in HIV cure
Marylyn Addo, Germany
16:20
MOWS0206
Brief report of the pre-conference forum on HIV cure and cancer
Nicolas Chomont, Canada
16:45
MOWS0207
Moderated discussion
16:55
MOWS0208
Closing remarks