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Many countries face colliding epidemics of communicable and non-communicable diseases. The interaction between HIV, ARV treatment, hypertension, diabetes and obesity will make the management of these chronic diseases challenging. There are AIDS-related malignancies that require targeted treatment, and there are cancers that may occur in HIV-infected persons that are unrelated to HIV–e.g. breast and prostate cancer–that may impact on the management of HIV disease.
 
This session, targeted at practitioners, specialists and activists working in the field of HIV/AIDS and related NCDs, provides an overview of the epidemiology, treatment, management and long-term outcomes of NCD/HIV co-morbidities.

11:00
THSY0401
Introduction

11:05
THSY0402
NCDs and HIV overview
Tolu Oni, University of Cape Town, South Africa
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11:20
THSY0403
Cancer and HIV
Andrew Grulich, University of New South Wales, Australia
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11:35
THSY0404
Diabetes, ARVs and HIV
Melissa A. Frasco, Precision Health Economics, United States
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11:50
THSY0405
What’s it like ageing with HIV?
Tamás Bereczky, European AIDS Treatment Group, ELTE University of Budapest, Belgium
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12:05
THSY0406
Joined advocacy, policy and programming on NCDs and HIV
Johanna Ralston, World Heart Federation, Switzerland
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12:15
THSY0407
Moderated Discussion

12:25
THSY0408
Conclusion