Nobel Winner Hopeful Therapeutic HIV Vaccine Will Be Developed Soon
French researcher Luc Montagnier, who along with colleague Françoise Barre-Sinoussi was a corecipient of this year’s Nobel Prize in medicine for discovering HIV, told London’s Daily Mail that he believes a vaccine that could control HIV in the bodies of those already infected with the virus could be developed in as little as four years.Nobel Winner Hopeful Therapeutic HIV Vaccine Will Be Developed Soon
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