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Title Houston Voice, No. 857, March 28, 1997
Contributor
  • Michelak, J. C.
Publisher Window Media
Date March 28, 1997
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
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  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 31485329
Collection
  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Montrose Voice
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Transcript April 18-19,1997 at the George R. Brown Convention Center Conference Director: A dan Rios, M.D. Organizing Committee: Gary Brewton, M.D. Gordon Crofoot, M.D. John Nemecek, M.D. Jorge Quesada, M.D. James Reuben, Ph.D. Patricia Salvato, M.D. Conference Coordinators: Lynne K. Tiras, CMP Karen Schmitt Nicole Berrin Ninth Annual HOUSTON Conference On This Conference is open to both healthcare professionals and the general public ACCREDITATION XX.X contact hours for nurses have been approved from Texas Nurses Association. Accreditation regulations require complete program attendance (both days). XX.X contact hours or 1.1 CEU hours for social workers have been requested from The Graduate School of Social Work. ______ AIDS IN AMERICA The Ninth Annua] Houston Conference on AIDS in America is devoted to highlighting community strategies that have been developed to provide effective, comprehensive and compassionate care for the AIDS patient. It is our expectation that such an examination should enhance, strengthen and nurture our community's will, not only to survive, but to actually conquer this terrible disease. NINTH ANNUAL HUMANITARIAN AWARD DINNER The Ninth Annual Humanitarian Award: Names Project Houston Place. Four Seasons Hotel (Ballroom) Time: 7:00 p.m. Date: Friday, April 18 Call to make reservations at (713) 965-0566 SPEAKERS KEYNOTE SPEAKER Mark Wainberg, M.D. Jewish General Hospital Montreal. Canada Cnrrenl Presideni Jnlenidtional-USA AIDS Socieiy Gary Brewton, M.D. OnCol Medical Associatt-s, P.A. Houston, Texas Gordon Crofoot, M.D. OnCol Medical Ass. . Houston, Texas Martin Delaney Founder-Director, PkhbcI Inform Man Francisco, California Ms. Rebecca Denison WORLD San lose, California Joseph Gathe, M.D. Prakash Gill, M.D. i* Professor, alology/Onr ■I oTMedii varsity of Southern California Los Angeles. California Hunter Hammill, M.D. Associate Professor. Department of OB/GYN Chief, Section of Infectious Diseases. Baylor College of Medicine Donna Mildvan, M.D. Professor of Medicine. Beth lsre.il Medical Cenlei San Dimas, California Alan Perelson, Ph.D. Los Alamos National Laboratory Los Alamos. New Mexico Jorge Quesada, M.D. OnCol Medical Associates, PA. Houston. Texas Terry Robins, Ph.D. Director of Molecular Virology. Specially I-a bora lories Saul.i Monica. California Patricia Salvato, M.D. Paul Schmidt, Ph.D. Nexslar Pharmaceuticals New York. New York William T. Shearer, M.D., Ph.D. Chief. Allergy and Immunology Services Texas Childrens Hospital Houslon. Texas WELCOME FROM THE REVEREND GEORGE FOREMAN I would like to lake ihis opportunity to extend to all of ihe participants of the Ninth Annual Houston Conference on AIDS in America a most warm welcome and my encouragement and support to all of those who are involved in the fight against this epidemic. Our most imporlant asset is hope, and together we will conquer AIDS. One of the mosi important activities we can engage in the fight against AIDS is education, and ihis conference can be a good start!!! God bless, The Reverend George Foreman The NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt was founded in 1987. Today. 9 years later, the Quilt is a powerful visual reminder of the AIDS pandemic. Almost 40,000 individual 3x6 foot memorial panels, each panel commemorating the life of someone who has died from Ihe complications related to AIDS, have been sewn together by friends, lovers and family members. The NAMES Project Foundation coordinates displays of portions of Ihe Quilt worldwide. There are 41 NAMES Project Chapters worldwide and 32 independent Quilt initiatives from around the world. Since 1987, over 7 million people have visited the Quilt in thousands of displays worldwide. Through such displays, the NAMES Project Foundation has raised significant amounts of money, which has been donated to AIDS service organizations throughout North America. Nominated fora Nobel Peace Prize in 1989, the Quilt has become a critical symbol of the hope for a better fulure without AIDS and the committment not to forget those who have died of the disease. In Houston, Ihe NAMES Project Houston was founded in Seplember 1988 and is a 501 (c)(3) non profit organizalion who is responsible for Ihe displays of the Quilt, as well as facilitating the creation of new quilts to all of those whom want tu leave an enduring memory of a loved one that has died of AIDS. The NAMES Project of Houston is well deserving of Ihe honor of the Ninth Community Annual Humanitarian Award. On behalf of the organizing committee of the Ninth Annual Houston Conference on AIDS in America, we extend our congratulations and our love Id all the members of this Organization for having been there for the ^.., iii* ■ AIDS community of Houston thoughout all these years. Congratulations for |U;.,,..■'.', the well deserved honor. fKUJtU BSS PROGRAM FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1397 Co lental Breakfast Understanding lhe Dynamics of HIV Infection Alan Perelson. Ph.D. The Use of Anli-HIV Therapies Donna Mildvan. M.D. 9:15-9:30 9:30-1(1:00 Break The Prophylaxis of Opportunistic Infect Ions in Patients wiih HIV Infection. Joseph Gathe, M.D. HIV Disease in Children William Shearer. M.D. Related Ka|nisi's Sarcoma Prakash Gill, M.D. 11:00-11:15 Break 11:15-11:45 Treatment of Sexually Transmitted Disorders: An Update Cordon Crofoot, M D. 11:45-12:30 p.m. Questions- Answers 12:30-2:00: 2:00- 2:30 2:30 - 3:00 Lunch Complementary Therapies and the Manage- meet oT Patienis wilh HIV Infection Patricia Salvato. M.D. HIV Disease ai Pregnancy 3:00-3:15 Bre 7:00 p.m. Ninth Annual Humanitarian Award Dinner Honoring: Names Project Houston 3:15 - 3.45 HIV and Pregnancy: A Real Life Story ' Ms. Rebecca Dennison 3:45 - 4:00 Break 4:00 - 5:00 Keynote Lecture: ( hm- coming drug resistance in the Ireatmenl of HIV Mark Wainberg. M.D. 5:00 - 5:30 Questions A Answers SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1997 7:30-8:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast 8:00-8:30 New Potential Approaches to Drug Discovery and the Treatment of Kaposi's Sarcoma Paul Schmidt, PhD. 8:30-9:15 Understand ing the Use nl (.linotyping Assays in the Management of HIV Disease Terry Robins, Ph.D. 9:15-9:30 BREAK 9:30-10:00 Management and Treatmeni of Non- Hodgkins Lymphoma HIV-Relaled forge Quesada, M.D. 10:00-10:30 The Patient-Physician Relationship Gary Brewlon. M.D. I Break 10:45-11:30 Project Inform Update: 1996 11:30 - !2:00Quosti 12:00 noon Closure of Confereni • ■ rhe organizing committee givw spa ial thanks lo Sandy Hendricks.K.N. for bur past servi' es to the i.nnli-ieni.i'. Limited space for exhibit booths, call (713) 965-0566 REGISTRATION INFORMATION CALL 222-1358 . !(*>'/_ B C H _ * ■ T ■
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