SOURCE: NUMEDX

June 14, 2005 10:48 ET

Release of the Special Global Report: AIDS and the Critical Lack of HIV-Trained Doctors Has Created a Weapons of Mass Destruction Scenario (WMDS)

NEW YORK, NY -- (MARKET WIRE) -- June 14, 2005 --


WHAT:

Presentation of the Special Global Report (SGR) entitled:

AIDS and the Critical Lack of HIV Trained Doctors and Healthcare
Professionals Has Created a Weapons of Mass Destruction Scenario (WMDS):

Wasting precious human, medical, and material resources
Mutant viruses and drug resistance are being created
Death tolls are still increasing
Spreading HIV and related diseases

Printed copies of the SGR will be available at the briefing.
A .pdf of the report will be available online at www.NUMEDX.com
at the time of the briefing.
WHERE:
Hyatt Regency Atlanta Hotel - 265 Peachtree Street, NE - Atlanta, GA
Please call the hotel at (404) 577-1234 for directions.
Woodruff Suite (#235), 2nd Floor, Atrium Tower
(Same floor as the Press Briefing Room for the CDC's 2005 HIV
Prevention Conference)
WHEN:
Tuesday, June 14, 2005, Estimated start time is 2:00 pm, EST
(Our briefing will begin immediately following the 12:30 pm CDC
Press Briefing.)
WHO:
Dave Purdy, Publisher, NUMEDX will be available for Q&A following
the briefing.

The following HIV/AIDS leaders who were quoted in the SGR will not
be present but have agreed to be available for comment:

Eric Freidman, HIV/AIDS Policy Analyst, Physicians for Human Rights
Howard Grossman, M.D., Executive Director, American Academy
 of HIV Medicine
Lawrence Mass, M.D.: Author of the first article on AIDS
 [May 18, 1981, NY Native]
Sandy Thurman, President/CEO, International AIDS Trust (former
 Director of the White House Office of National AIDS Policy and
 the first Presidential Envoy for AIDS Cooperation, during the
 Clinton Administration)
WHY:
NUMEDX will also announce the unprecedented effort by the Global
Guidelines Project to develop and mass-distribute the Global Guidelines
Reference Manual (GGRM): for Preventing, Diagnosing and Treating
HIV/AIDS, TB, malaria, and HIV/hepatitis coinfection.
Logistics:
Bring credentials, and, if possible, notify us in advance in you are
planning to attend. A mult box will be available.

Contact Information

  • CONTACT:
    Joseph Ungoco
    Dir. Communications
    NUMEDX
    Mobile: (917) 972-4266