Nobel Winner Sees End to AIDS Spread Within Years

Nobel Winner Sees End to AIDS Spread Within Years

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A French scientist who shared this year’s Nobel Prize for medicine said on Saturday he believed the transmission of AIDS could be eliminated within years. “I hope to see in my lifetime the eradication of, not the AIDS epidemic, but at least the infection,” said Luc Montagnier, director of the World Foundation for AIDS Research and Prevention. “This could be achieved.”

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