An anniversary without celebration?

Imami, Nesrina; Kebba, Anthony; Gotch, Frances
September 2006
Nature Immunology;Sep2006, Vol. 7 Issue 9, p893
Academic Journal
The article comments on the 25th anniversary of the first AIDS case reported by the United States Centers for Disease Control, and published in the periodical "Lancet". The immunodeficiency syndrome caused by HIV is a disease of poverty and inequality. An enormous amount of research has led to understanding the viral life cycle and the development of low-cost antiretroviral drugs.


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