HIV Congress to return to SECC

Next month Glasgow’s Scottish Exhibition and
Conference Centre (SECC) will welcome
the 10th International Congress on Drug Therapy in HIV Infection. Three thousand
clinicians and researchers are expected in the city for the five 7-11 November
event, affectionately known as ‘The Glasgow
Conference’.

The conference returns to the SECC for the
ninth time with delegates travelling
from across the globe to discuss developments in the treatment of HIV, which affects more than 5,000
individuals in Scotland and an estimated 33.4m
people worldwide.

Chairman of The Glasgow Conference, Professor
Ian Weller, congress said he was pleased the Congress is returning to Glasgow in 2010.

“The facilities at the SECC and in the city
are perfectly suited to the needs of the conference and we are looking forward
to welcoming returning and new delegates to Glasgow. We very much hope that the Congress
will continue to reflect the progress being made in the treatment of HIV infection.”

Director of Sales at the SECC, Ben
Goedegebuure, added: “The team at the SECC is delighted to be welcoming back the
International Congress on Drug Therapy in HIV Infection for their 10th Congress
in 2010 which is also our 25th anniversary year. Hosting this important event
for the ninth year is testament to
the service and support we offer our clients. Our close ties with the city’s
universities and the scientific community, as well as the Glasgow City Marketing
Bureau (GCMB), are integral to attracting these specialist
events.”

Paul Colston

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Paul Colston

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