AIDS Research And Human Retroviruses Journal Publishes Special Issue On Prevention

The journal of AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses has published a special issue examining the “complex factors involved in the sexual transmission of HIV, the urgent need for new preventive approaches, and the most promising methods currently in development,” according to a press release from the publisher, Mary Ann Leibert, Inc. “It is currently an exciting time in HIV prevention science research, with progress on multiple fronts,” Thomas Hope, editor-in-chief of AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses and professor of cell and molecular biology at the Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University, said in the press release. The entire issue is available online (11/5).

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