Scientists outline stategy for AIDS cure

Anchored by French virologist and Nobel Medicine laureate Francoise Barre-Sinoussi, pictured on May 30, 2016, a group of more than 50 top scientists unveiled an aggressive research strategy for an outright cure to the AIDS epidemicAnchored by Nobel Medicine laureate Francoise Barre-Sinoussi, the group unveiled an aggressive research strategy for an outright cure — an objective once seen as unrealistic and out of reach. "Not long ago, few considered the possibility that a cure for HIV infection could some day be possible," said Barre-Sinoussi, who in 1983 helped identify the mysterious virus that causes AIDS. Today, "the search for a cure has become a top priority in HIV research," she said in a statement, hailing a "new optimism" among experts.



Sexual Health News Headlines – Yahoo! News