Humanosphere Podcast Discusses Efforts To Find Effective HIV Vaccine, Other Development Issues

Humanosphere: New optimism in the hunt for an AIDS vaccine
In this podcast, Gabe Spitzer of KPLU speaks to Larry Corey, virologist, former president and CEO at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, and founder of the HIV Vaccine Trials Network, about “why he’s optimistic these days about our chances of finding an effective HIV vaccine and about Seattle’s leading role in this endeavor.” Also during the podcast, Spitzer and Humanosphere founder Tom Paulson discuss WHO’s announcement that TB has surpassed HIV/AIDS as the world’s leading killer infectious disease, efforts to end slave labor in Mauritania, and an infographic on U.S. aid spending (10/30).

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