HIV Co-Discoverer Francoise Barre-Sinoussi Discusses Disease’s Treatment, Cure Research With CNN

CNN: HIV discoverer: ‘To develop a cure is almost impossible’
“She’s the woman who co-discovered HIV in 1983, and won a Nobel Prize for her work. But next month, French scientist Francoise Barre-Sinoussi will retire from her lab. She spoke with CNN at this week’s International AIDS Society Conference, in Vancouver, about activism, the future of HIV and why there’s still no cure — as well as answering questions submitted by our readers on Twitter…” (Senthilingam, 7/23).

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