HIV/AIDS Research: 25 Years Later
Twenty-five years after the discovery of the HIV virus, progress has been made in basic research, clinical treatment, and public health prevention. OnQ’s Michael Bartley takes a look into the early days of this worldwide epidemic, and at a new therapeutic vaccine that is showing signs of being a potential cure.
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You may know the name John Brashear but do you know how this local man changed history and the world of astronomy. OnQ's Tonia Caruso profiles the great educator and his accomplishments.