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’Ebola will subside very soon,’ said Robert Gallo, MD. ’The main [viral] threat we are facing... is from HIV.’
The first man cured of HIV shares his experiences in a book excerpt.
French scientists Francoise Barre-Sinoussi and Luc Montagnier were awarded the 2008 Nobel Prize in medicine for discovering HIV in 1983.
AIDS experts say that new researchers, increased funding, and novel ideas are needed to invigorate the fight against HIV/AIDS.
Dr. Robert Gallo will use a $15 million grant to test a possible vaccine for the virus that has already proved successful in monkeys.
Luc Montagnier and Robert Gallo, who co-discovered the HIV virus in 1983, spoke together publicly for the first time this weekend at USCA.
In 1983, a big-deal federal researcher announced he’d discovered the retrovirus that causes AIDS.
“HIV is not the sole cause of AIDS” is an idea whose time has come and gone and come again.
The visionary virus-hunter has his own institute and a trailblazing strategy to conquer AIDS
Science often seems to offer little hope to HIVers in poorer countries or those unable to tolerate current regimens.
Movers, shakers and troublemakers
It was two steps forward and one step back at the World AIDS Conference
The tough-guy AIDS trailblazer shares new strategies, old scars and a few surprises
The virus-hunter loses this round
Hormone may temper the KS tempest
Our list of 50 men and women who are directly influencing federal AIDS policy today
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