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HIV and AIDS - Timeline and History - AIDS/HIV - About.com
May 28, 2014 ... The history of HIV is filled with triumphs and failures; living and death. The HIV time line stretches before us, marking our past and reaching ...
The History of HIV/AIDS - Timeline - AIDS/HIV - About.com
Apr 29, 2014 ... The history of HIV is frought with successes and failures. The HIV/AIDS timeline shows those successes. Let's take an HIV history lesson.
The History of HIV - Where Did HIV Come From?
Jun 10, 2014 ... The origin of HIV is not always clear. Researchers have traced the history of HIV and you may find the results interesting. What is the origin of ...
HIV Facts and Figures - History of HIV - AIDS/HIV - About.com
This collection of HIV statistics, research and historic records provides a glimpse into the successes of the past... and the challenges still facing us.
Robert Gallo and the History of HIV - AIDS/HIV - About.com
Jul 1, 2014 ... In the history of HIV one scientist stands out. Eminent HIV scientist Robert Gallo is considered by many to be the one who discovered HIV. In the ...
Origin of HIV in Africa - African History - About.com
Oct 1, 2008 ... The Origin of HIV Scientists set the origins of the AIDS pandemic to the first recorded case in 1976, but without historical samples it was ...
The History of HIV Protease Inhibitors - Inventors - About.com
The history of HIV protease inhibitors.: hiv protease inhibitors hiv protease inhibitor hoffmann la roche aids patents protease enzyme.
History of HIV - Harold Jaffe - History of HIV - AIDS/HIV - About.com
Jan 1, 2014 ... In the history of HIV one man has been on the forefront from the beginning. In this continuing series, we profile Dr. Harold Jaffe, another of the ...
The AIDS Vaccine Development Timeline 1984-2003
Feb 3, 2014 ... The early history of HIV vaccine development was one of hope and promises. From the moment the HIV virus was discovered, scientists, ...
The History of World AIDS Day - AIDS/HIV - About.com
World AIDS Day was first observed on December 1, 1988 to bring greater awareness to HIV/AIDS and the communities affected by the global epidemic.