Cavidi is exhibiting at the international IAS 2009 conference in Cape Town to spread the word about how viral load monitoring can be made more accessible through ExaVir Load. With 5000 delegates from the HIV/AIDS community meeting in the country most heavily affected by the pandemic, the congress is an ideal opportunity for Cavidi to increase awareness of the importance of monitoring HIV treatment.
The conference aims to refocus its attention on the continued challenges facing South Africa and the region around it. With the WHO and UNIADS goal of universal access to treatment by 2010, Cavidi’s message that the time for viral load is now, is more relevant than ever.
Visit Cavidi at booth 211 to learn more about the need for greater accessibility to viral load monitoring.
The conference takes place in Cape Town between July 19 and 22. Learn more about it at www.ias2009.org