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  • 15 May 2020
    Hugh Stevens

    HIV and Coronavirus: Remembering Bruce Burnett and Li Wenliang

    In November 1983 a twenty-nine-year-old man named Bruce Burnett returned to his homeland, New Zealand/Aotearoa, from San Francisco. Bruce hadn’t been in San Francisco long: he had left New Zealand in 1982, and when he came home he had swollen lymph glands and a persistent intestinal infection.[1] Bruce thought he might have AIDS. For several […]

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  • 15 Dec 2011

    Dr Jacques Pépin on the myths of the AIDS virus

    Thirty years since the discovery of AIDS, and despite huge scientific advances made since its discovery, the origins of the AIDS virus continue to puzzle doctors and scientists. In The Origins of AIDS, Dr Jacques Pépin has written an immensely readable and scholarly study that finally provides an answer.

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