The Discovery and Future of HIV
Professor Francoise Barre-Sinoussi, Virologist
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Professor Barre-Sinoussi, virologist and the 2008 Nobel Prize winner in Medicine, discovered HIV in 1983, just two years after AIDS was first recognised as a distinct new syndrome.
She tells us more about this monumental discovery and how she views the future of treatment and research, as well as her life in science.
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