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HIV/AIDS 25th anniversary collection

Twenty-five years ago a series of four papers containing the first description of the human inmmunodeficiency virus (HIV)—then called HTLV-III—were published in the journal Science. Representing the work of Dr. Robert Gallo, his colleagues and collaborators, these research articles had an impact on the scientific and health community the ripples of which are still being felt today. To commemorate the anniversary of this important event, Science has collaborated with the University of Maryland School of Medicine and Institute of Human Virology, and the National Cancer Institute at the National Institutes of Health, to bring you this educational booklet. It collects in one place not only those first four seminal papers, but also a series of original essays from thought leaders in the field of HIV/AIDS research, some of whom worked with Dr. Gallo in his laboratory at NCI when the first retroviruses were discovered.


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