June 2, 2011
Three decades into the AIDS epidemic, Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, director of the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases since 1984, believes new developments point toward the eventual control and eradication of HIV.
Building on the momentum of previous findings related to the preventive benefits of male circumcision and vaginal microbicides, several new medical trials have demonstrated the proficiency of new approaches to staving off AIDS:
Yet despite advances in treatment and promising vaccine developments, prevention remains key, Fauci said. "The only way we can address this -- and this is the focus of what is going on over the past couple of years -- is prevention of HIV infection."
Agence France Presse
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