Still Searching for a Cure

Looney, William
December 2009
Pharmaceutical Executive;Dec2009, Vol. 29 Issue 12, p18
Trade Publication
The article discusses facts and issues related to the treatment of AIDS and HIV infections. It provides an overview of individuals living with AIDS and HIV across the world. It also offers information on development research and development in AIDS and HIV treatment. It mentions that the most cost-effective strategies for the prevention of AIDS and HIV infections continue to experience minimal government support and funding.


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