So long, sneezes.
This could be the “one-punch” vaccine the world needs.
It’s been 10 years since the vaccine was first administered.
Drones that carry vaccine-laced pellets may be the key to saving endangered ferrets.
Hopefully, one day, it will work in humans too.
An injectable antibody given once every three months could effectively protect individuals from HIV infection.
Soon, toxic shock syndrome may be a thing of the past.
This is a milestone in our quest to eradicate HIV.
When the HIV outbreak first began, most individuals developed AIDS within 8 to 10 years, and once a person was diagnosed with AIDS, they had a two year life expectancy. It was a death sentence;...
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