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Max Essex and Loretta McLaughlin

Vigilance and setbacks in the AIDS fight

By Max Essex and Loretta McLaughlin
December 1, 2007

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SELDOM HAS the prospect of containing the AIDS epidemic looked so discouraging. The best strategies for preventing the spread of the disease have always been the creation of a preventive vaccine or a gel able to kill the AIDS virus when applied before sexual intercourse. (Full article: 820 words)

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