Published in AIDS Weekly, July 22nd, 1996
Those who say no point to the scanty amount of evidence that current vaccines will be able to induce meaningful immunity outside of the test tube. They also argue that to test now would be a great waste of valuable resources.
Those who say yes point to the enormous need for a vaccine to slow the inexorable advance of the AIDS pandemic. They passionately argue that more resources will be wasted by waiting than by moving forward.
These and other issues were brought forward in a formal but poignant debate at the XI International Conference on AIDS, held July...
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