AIDS Vaccine: What Went Wrong?

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As researchers determine why a promising AIDS vaccine trial backfired, we explore what it means for people of color and communities at high risk for contracting AIDS.

Farai Chideya talks with Susan Buchbinder, who co-chaired the team conducting the AIDS vaccine test with Merck.



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