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Global Experts Meeting On Sexually Transmitted Diseases


Conference Title
Global Experts Meeting On Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Event Type
Conference
Conference Date
06-12-2017 to 07-12-2017
Last Date for Applying
15-08-2017
Location
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Publish / Maintain / Marketing / Hosted By
Organization Name / Organize By
Dubai World Trade Centre
Presented By
charles brown
Organizing/Related Departments
STD Meeting 2017
Organization Type
Event Organizing Company
Conference Category
Both (Technical & Non Technical)
Conference Level
All (State/Province/Region, National & International)
Related Industries

Education/Teaching/Training/Development

Research/Science

Biotechnology

Medical/Healthcare/Hospital

Location
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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Meetings International invites all the participants from all over the world to attend “Global Experts Meeting on Sexually Transmitted Diseases” Dubai, UAE DECEMBER 06-07, 2017. STD Meeting 2017 includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral Talks, Poster presentations, and Exhibitions.  The aim of STD Meeting 2017 is to bring together leading academic Scientists, Researchers, professors, Business delegates, talented student communities and research scholars to commerce and share their experiences and research conclusion about all aspects of Infectious Diseases.

STD Meeting 2017 hosting presentations from Global Leaders in the field across the Globe and bringing together stakeholders including academic researchers, public health clinicians, policy makers, corporate and manufacturers. With the generous response and support received from the participants of previous annual STD Conferences.

TARGET AUDIENCE:

  • Virologist
  • Immunologist
  • Vaccinology Faculty
  • Medical Colleges Faculty, Students
  • Immunology and Infectious Diseases Associations and Societies
  • Business Entrepreneurs   
  • Manufacturing Medical Devices Companies
  • Clinical Data Management Companies
  • Machinery Manufacturing Companies

MARKET ANALYSIS

In spite of the way that youthful grown-ups are moderately knowledgeable, with 80 for every percent continuing to advanced education, many of them still have insufficient information on HIV/Aids.On World Aids Day, which was marked on December 1, the World Health Organization (WHO) called for Dignity above all. Dr. Ala Alwan, WHO Regional Director for the Eastern Mediterranean, stated: It is unacceptable that more than 35 years into the pandemic, stigma and victimization individuals living with HIV are as yet broad among healthcare workers of all disciplines.

There were roughly 36.7 million individuals overall living with HIV/AIDS toward the finish of 2015. Of these, 1.8 million were youngsters (<15 years old).

  • About 2.1 million people worldwide were HIV infected by end of 2015. This incorporates 150,000 youngsters (<15 years). A large portion of these youngsters live in sub-Saharan Africa and was infected by their HIV-positive mothers amid pregnancy, labor or breastfeeding.
  • Currently, just 60% of individuals with HIV know their status. More than 14 million individuals still need to get to HIV testing administrations.
  • Nearly 66% of new HIV diseases were seen in sub-Saharan Africa in 2015.
  • An assessed 35 million individuals have died from AIDS-related illnesses since the begin of the pandemic,   incorporating 1.1 million in 2015.

Most individuals suffering HIV or at risk for HIV do not have access to prevention, care, and treatment, and there is still no cure. In any case, treatment with antiretroviral medications can control the infection so that individuals with HIV can appreciate solid lives and diminish the danger of transmitting the infection to others.Drastic measures have been taken to avoid mother-to-child transmission of HIV and keeping mothers alive. In 2015, 77% of pregnant ladies suffering from HIV all around approached antiretroviral prescriptions to prevent transmission of HIV to their infants in light of which new HIV contaminations among youngsters have declined by half since 2010.

RISK FACTORS

The Middle Eastern region is among the main two areas of the world with the quickest developing HIV pestilence.Many youngsters from the UAE travel generally and this, together with the fast changes in social and religious values, all add to an elevated danger of HIV.As indicated by the UNAIDS Report 2014, more than 25,000 individuals got recently infected with HIV in 2013 denoting a seven for each percent increment in the vicinity of 2005 and 2013 and bringing the number of individuals living with HIV to 230,000. Be that as it may, Aids cases stay low in the UAE.It was observed that almost 540 individuals were living with HIV/AIDS in the United Arab Emirates before the finish of 2006, and the number of new cases recorded is around 35 every year. Travel limitations on people carrying HIV/AIDS applying for a work or resident visa have been exacted by the United Arab Emirates. HIV/AIDS test is performed after landing for work and residence permits. Migrant workers infected with HIV are denied all health care benefits, quarantined, and subsequently deported.

RESEARCH

America's biopharmaceutical research organizations are at present creating 44 medications and immunizations for HIV/AIDS treatment and counteractive action, as per the most recent Medicines in Development report by the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA). The 44 drugs and vaccines in the development pipeline incorporate 25 antivirals, 16 vaccines, and three cell/quality treatments. Cases include:

  • A first-in-class prescription planned to keep HIV from breaking through the cell film;
  • A cell treatment that adjusts a patient's own cells trying to make them resistant to HIV; and,
  • A therapeutic vaccine intended to induce reactions from T cells that play a role in immune protection against viral infections.

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Address/Venue
JW Marriott Hotel , Deira, next to Hamarain Shopping Center, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.  Pin/Zip Code : 16590
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Official Email ID
hiv@microbiologymeetings.com
Contact
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