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- Dr. Helene Gayle president and CEO, Care USA president, International AIDS Society, and co-chair the International AIDS Conference, 2006
- Dr. Joel Gallant associate professor of medicine, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, medical director, Johns Hopkins Moore Clinic, and director, Garey Lambert Research Center
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