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Report Back Session

16 Aug 2014 | 1pm - 3pm
9 Kelantan Lane#05-01 S208628

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ATS Closure Notice

The clinic will be closed on:

9 Aug 2014 (Sat) - National Day


Suspension of voluntary coupon redemption programme as of 1st April 2014

Please be kindly advised that the voluntary coupon redemption programme at all AFA testing sites (ATS & MTS) has ended as of 1st April 2014. AFA is currently in the process of securing funding for future programmes and we apologise for any inconvenience caused.


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AIDS 2014 : Closing

At the closing ceremony, the organisers reflected upon the accomplishments and tragedy that contributed to the make-up of a conference where, according to Chris Beyrer, the president of the International AIDS Society,

“ the conference than anywhere else before where the separations betweens scientists, clinicians… and people living with HIV and activists truly went away.”.
Melbourne Lord Mayor Robert Doyle said that the way the city had embraced Australia’s largest-ever health conference touched his heart and recounted stories involving delegates being at the receiving end of acts of kindness by Melburnians.

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