Published in AIDS Weekly, February 5th, 2001
In an opinion piece in the January 20, 2001, issue of The Lancet, Jay Levy, MD, UCSF professor of medicine and one of the first to discover HIV, further asserted that an HIV vaccine with a more limited aim can be developed and could play a decisive role in preventing and controlling HIV disease. The title of his article was "What can be achieved with an HIV vaccine."
Levy explained why sterilizing immunity - the...
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