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Search for an HIV Vaccine Expands

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Search for an HIV Vaccine Expands

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Search for an HIV Vaccine Expands

Search for an HIV Vaccine Expands

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Ten years ago, President Bill Clinton set a goal: find a vaccine for HIV within a decade. Researchers are now looking not just for a definitive cure, but also for a way to stave off the onset of illness and subdue the virus in an infected person. Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases, offers an update.

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