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Very good reporting. Clear and simple graphics help me to understand the story.I pray that a cure is found this decade! Or the first part of next decade…Just soon.
Nice Graphic. Hope the new vaccine method works! It will give a new life to millions who are suffering.
What force on this planet has killed more than 25 million people in the last 20-30 years? What organism could be more dangerous; excluding other humans? Now, let us learn how to kill this little bastard…
it’s a vaccine, not a cure!
Cool, This will definately give confidence in Research and good life and save the human race from extintion.
A great leap towards the advancement of treatment of HIV and other diseases that target the immune and nervous system. Hopefully this will give more attention and funding to this age’s great disease.