HIV and AIDS: 20 years of science

Fauci, Anthony S
July 2003
Nature Medicine;Jul2003, Vol. 9 Issue 7, p839
Academic Journal
From the identification of HIV as the agent that causes AIDS, to the development of effective antiretroviral drugs, the scientific achievements in HIV research in the past 20 years have been formidable. Some of the other important areas of accomplishment include the development of blood tests for HIV and increased knowledge of the molecular virology, epidemiology and pathogenesis of this virus.


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