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Why Is It So Difficult to Find an HIV Cure?

By AGT | Oct 22, 2020

More than 32 million people have died from AIDS-related illnesses since the start of the epidemic in 1981, making HIV/AIDS one of the greatest public health threats the world has known. Since it was first identified nearly 40 years ago, trillions of dollars have been spent by governments and private individuals on efforts to find effective treatments, vaccines, and a… [Read More]

ARC of HIV History 2 – A Beginning and an End

By AGT | Oct 20, 2020

Contributing Author John Vandermosten, Senior Biotechnology Analyst This is the second installment of our series on the Arc of HIV History which examines the earliest emergence of HIV and the progress that has been made until today.  In Part 2 we look at the genesis of the first approved HIV drug and the first cure of HIV in the Berlin Patient…. [Read More]

In Memory of Timothy Ray Brown

By AGT | Oct 2, 2020

A Message From the CEO of American Gene Technologies Timothy Ray Brown – March 11, 1966 – September 29, 2020 Timothy Ray Brown was both a person and a turning point in the arc of HIV history. Timothy received a bone marrow transplant and became functionally cured; a symbol to the world that a cure for HIV was possible. He… [Read More]

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