Research Translation Project for CERiA in AIDS
Research Translation: CERiA Translation Case Study
About our Client’s Mission
HIV was first diagnosed in Malaysia in 1986 and after 26 years HIV infection remains a serious problem in Malaysia. The Ministry of Health have been documented more than 115,000 cases.
However, during decades of research and diagnosis Malaysia has made significant progress in both scientific and social research within East Asia and Asia Pacific.
- Interventions to prevent transmission such as introduction of harm reduction strategies for injecting drug users and fee first line antiretroviral treatment has helped tackle the epidemic and research and HIV scientific research in epidemiology and social and behavioral sciences continues to be critical in slowing down and reversing the rate of HIV.
- The spread of HIV will also be felt on an socio-economic scale with an adverse effect on the progress of the country as such.
The International AIDS Symposium IAS was held in 2013 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia which is an annual international conference on:
- HIV pathogenesis, treatment and prevention
- Immune Reconstitution Disease in Severely Immuno-deficient AIDS patients commencing HAART