Adhara Community center of HIV/AIDS and other STI. Sevilla, Spain.
Although Mr. Diego García university training took place in the area of linguistics he became an activist on the HIV field back in 1992. Member of the European Aids Treatment Group and chair of the Spanish Community Advisory Board (FEAT) for many years, Mr. García has been involved as community representative in clinical trials protocol reviewing, he has been head of the Hepatitis Portfolio of EATG and member of the panel of the EACS guidelines for the clinical management and treatment of hepatitis B / C in people with HIV. Mr. García has participated in the revision of EMA’s Guideline on clinical evaluation of direct acting antiviral agents intended for treatment of chronic hepatitis C and advocated for the community needs regarding access to treatment and best clinical care in several international symposiums. He is an active member of Adhara/Sevilla Checkpoint. A community-based organization established in 2004 in Seville. They offer different programs targeting the special needs of PLHIV and currently Mr. Diego García is the director of the Checkpoint program, where they focus on the sexual health of the community including screening for HIV and other STIs.