With the pandemic mounting and no sure remedies in sight, experts foresee the growing recruitment of skilled researchers
But science's pursuit of a magic bullet--or arsenal of heavy artillery--to battle the scourge is picking up speed. And, while fundamental questions about AIDS remain unanswered, preparation for vaccine trials is under way worldwide, and the need for scientists in AIDS research will skyrocket, experts from diverse fields agree.
Although a precise counting of AIDS researchers is nearly impossible, the number is probably...
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