Commentary & Opinion
AIDS Vaccine May Be Far Off, but Path to It Is Getting Clearer
July 5, 2011
"In the short and medium terms, neither injected antibodies nor a vaccine will be a substitute for other forms of AIDS prevention. ... But researchers at NIH know that an effective vaccine would be a decisive defeat for their wily enemy," he writes. "The day that work is finished remains distant. But now, at least, there is a path to the moon," Gerson concludes (7/4).
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