• After 40 Years, HIV Presents Research Problems New and Old

    2 monthes ago - By Discovery's Edge

    In the years since AIDS was first described in medical research, the scientific map of that disease has changed enormously. Once it was relatively empty. Now scientists, clinicians and patients have toiled to fill in the diagnostic pathways, treatment landmarks and prevention guideposts.
    Among them is HIV clinician-researcher Stacey Rizza, M.D. , a Mayo Clinic infectious diseases physician. In a Q&A interview with the Mayo Clinic News Network , Dr. Rizza explained why AIDS continues to be an epidemic. From the way HIV slips into the genome and hides in immune tissue, to the new protocols...
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