Over the past years, HIV/AIDS has gone from a death sentence to a chronic, manageable disease, All thanks to large part to advances in biopharmaceutical research and development. The 44 medicines and vaccines in the development pipeline include 25 antivirals, 16 vaccines and three cell/gene therapies. However, many multiple medical advancements have taken place since 1981, when the CDC identified the first five cases of HIV/AIDS. Since anti-retroviral treatments (ART) were approved in 1995, HIV/AIDS-related deaths in the United States have dropped
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Jan 01, 1970
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