The Philadelphia Inquirer examines how recent scientific discoveries -- some of which were presented at the International AIDS Conference -- AIDS 2010 -- have HIV/AIDS experts and advocates feeling "optimistic about the possibility of finding a cure for AIDS. They know that a cure may still be years away; the long journey to progress against this three-decades-long 'restless assault' is measured in baby steps, not leaps and bounds," the newspaper writes. The article includes comments by former International AIDS Society president Helene Gayle, now president and CEO of CARE, and Kevin Fenton, director of the CDC's National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD and TB Prevention (Curry, 8/1).
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