If you want to follow the news from the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections CROI currently held in Seattle, USA, we recommend the following online reporting sources.
EATG, as always, has a conference reporting page on Facebook that provides almost an live newsfeed on the most important sessions and meetings: https://www.facebook.com/eatgatcroi2017/
CROI2017 itself provides webcasts from all sessions and plenaries that are uploaded with a delay of 24 hours to this site: http://www.croiwebcasts.org/
The EATG’s and Tamás Bereczky’s Twitter channels are now listed as “top influencers” of the conference news. Follow them on Twitter: @EATGx and @tamasbereczky, or the conference hashtag #CROI2017
Conference veteran and community reporter Simon Collins covers the most important news and discoveries with the usual high-level scientific analysis: http://i-base.info/early-reports-from-croi-2017/
Liz Highleyman reports for HIV and Hepatitis with focus on co-infections and very rigorous scientific writing: http://www.hivandhepatitis.com/
Finally, in-depth reporting, scientific analysis and insight from Liz Highleyman, Gus Cairns and Ketih Alcorn on the official CROI2017 reporting site of NAM/AIDSMAP: http://www.aidsmap.com/croi-2017