HIV Treatment in the 21st Century


Carl Dieffenbach, MD, discusses the changes in HIV treatments in the 30 years since it started making headlines.

It has been more than 30 years since medical science first began developing treatments for HIV. In that time the virus has become something people can live with more than they die from it. Carl Dieffenbach, MD, of the National Institutes of Health Division of AIDS has seen a lot of change in that time and believes there could be more success to come in the future.

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