20 years of HIV science

July 2003
Nature Medicine;Jul2003, Vol. 9 Issue 7, p803
Academic Journal
Editorial. Introduces a series of commentary and review articles that look back on the milestone achievements of the HIV science since 1983. Clinical treatment of AIDS; Implementation of policies and strategies to prevent HIV infection; Transmission and acute infection; Systemic pathogenesis; Immune responses; Aspects of the pandemic.


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