HIV/AIDS Researchers Gather To Discuss History, Future Of Epidemic

ScienceInsider: At gathering of HIV/AIDS pioneers, raw memories mix with current conflicts
Science reporter Jon Cohen describes a meeting of HIV/AIDS scientists recently held at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) in New York. “…A most unusual conference on the history and future of HIV/AIDS research would begin later that evening, and [Françoise Barré-Sinoussi and Robert Gallo] would be the stars for the central roles their laboratories played in discovering this peculiar retrovirus and proving that it caused the devastating disease…” (10/25).

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