NIH leaders view HIV vaccine as essential to ending AIDS pandemic

While antiretroviral therapies and preventive measures have helped lessen the impact of HIV, leaders at the National Institutes of Health think a safe, moderately effective vaccine is still needed. Writing in The New England Journal of Medicine, Dr. Anthony Fauci explains why he thinks a vaccine is essential to guaranteeing a sustained end to the AIDS pandemic. Opinion

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