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Globally, millions of people are in HIV sero-discordant sexual partnerships where pregnancy attempts present risks of sexual and perinatal HIV transmission.

Integrated approaches to supporting safer conception among HIV-affected men and women are evolving in response to scientific advances in condomless HIV prevention strategies.

This satellite will present recent global consensus guidelines aimed at enhancing understanding, dialogue, and collaboration to advance research and implementation of international guidelines for safer conception services that support HIV-affected individuals to achieve desired pregnancy while minimizing HIV transmission risk and optimizing maternal, partner, and child health. Attendees will join an international group of panelists including researchers, clinicians, policy makers, public health practitioners, funders, and HIV-affected men and women, for discussion and endorsement of the consensus guidelines regarding the state of the science and prioritization

07:00
WESA0201
Welcome and overview of the safer conception consensus statement
Lynn T. Matthews, United States
Slides
07:15
WESA0202
People living with HIV are at the center of safer conception
Jacque Wambui, Kenya
07:28
WESA0203
Safer conception care will contribute to eMTCT
Lynne Mofenson, United States
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07:40
WESA0204
Safer conception contributes to 90-90-90 goals
Reuben Michael Granich, United States
Slides
07:52
WESA0205
Safer conception programs demonstrate success
Nelly Mugo, Kenya
Slides
08:05
WESA0206
Moderated panel and audience discussion
Natasha Elaine Claire Garai Davies, South Africa
Rhoda K Wanyenze, Uganda
08:25
WESA0207
Closing remarks
Angela Kaida, Canada