Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, November 22nd, 2001
"The 1950s were the golden age of antibiotics to treat bacterial infections," William A. Haseltine, PhD, said. "We are now in the early years of the golden age of antiviral drugs. The 1990s witnessed the discovery of a wide array of new antiviral drugs for the treatment of diseases such as hepatitis B, herpes and AIDS. The next decade will witness the discovery of many more new antiviral drugs and vaccines for diseases ranging from the common cold to more serious life-threatening diseases such as Ebola and hepatitis C. These...
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