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Fifty years of HIV: how close are we to a cure

16 mins | Jul 9, 2019
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HIV may no longer be a death sentence in rich countries but it remains a burden. In HIV's 50 year history, two patients appear to be cured of the virus while 37 million still live with it worldwide. Edward Siddons and Thomas Graham writing in the Guardian reflect on the virus' history and the misconceptions impending eradication.
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