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Stemming drug-related HIV in China and Vietnam

Jon Cohen reports how an international team of researchers working in Vietnam and China are working with drug …

19/09/03

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Myanmar: the politics of HIV prevalence

Jon Cohen reports how American epidemiologist Chris Beyrer has angered Myanmar's public health officials and …

19/09/03

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Drug trials without the drugs?

Jon Cohen explores the practical knock-on effects of obliging those who carry out clinical trials in the …

26/05/03

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AIDS vaccine trial: disappointing and confusing

Jon Cohen investigates the scientific community's reactions to this week's news of mixed results from the first …

28/02/03

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Tough times ahead for HIV research

Politics grabbed much of the attention at the International AIDS Conference in Barcelona last week. But several …

19/07/02

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Monkey puzzles in AIDS vaccine research

As a growing number of AIDS vaccines move through the pipeline toward clinical trials, experiments with monkeys …

28/06/02

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Gates Foundation rearranges public health world

Jon Cohen reports how the foundation set up by Microsoft head Bill Gates and his wife Melinda is altering the …

15/03/02

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Disappointing data scuttle AIDS vaccine plans

The National Institutes of Health has decided not to fund full-scale clinical trials of the leading AIDS vaccine …

27/02/02

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AIDS researchers’ longtime rivalry ends

Robert Gallo and Luc Montagnier, who fought bitterly over credit for the discovery of HIV, plan to collaborate on …

22/02/02

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HIV gains foothold in key Asian groups

Indonesia and several other Asian countries have “exploding” rates of new HIV infections among injection drug …

30/10/01

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