HEALTH -- July 26, 2012 at 11:42 PM ET
Your Front-Row Seat to the International AIDS Conference
For the first time in 22 years, the United States will host the International AIDS Conference in Washington, D.C., from July 22-27.
As many as 25,000 people from around the globe will converge on the nation's capital to discuss whether it might now be possible to start imagining "a beginning of the end of the HIV epidemic" -- and what needs to happen scientifically, socially and politically to make that happen.
Scroll through the videos in the widget below (and also listed in their full form at the bottom of this post) for your front-row seat to the biggest speeches and discussions of the conference:
Check out the NewsHour's full coverage:
How the District of Columbia's fight against HIV compares with a sub-Saharan African nation on three fronts fronts: supporting AIDS orphans, battling HIV/AIDS in correctional facilities, and engaging faith-based communities.
Michel Sidibe of UNAIDS: Infection Rates Down, Drug Access Up and Optimism High Before AIDS Conference
Our partners at Kaiser Family Foundation are streaming live webcasts of each day's plenary sessions (click the video above to activate the livestream). Below, we will post webcasts, podcasts and transcripts of about 50 other sessions, and interviews with newsmakers, scientist and journalists, as they become available.
Friday, July 27 Schedule
When each webcast becomes available, it will be linked below.
Thursday, July 26 Schedule
Wednesday, July 25 Schedule
Tuesday, July 24 Schedule
Monday, July 23 Schedule
Sunday, July 22 Schedule