The response of science to the epidemic

June 2000
South African Journal of Science;Jun2000, Vol. 96 Issue 6, p259
Academic Journal
Deals with the engagement of science in the move against the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Basis in the development of the best drug designs and work on a vaccine; Scientific establishments that are active in research programs; Challenge that HIV/AIDS posed to organized science in the 1980s; Controversy over the origins of AIDS; Origin of the pandemic.


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