Why Don't We Have an HIV Vaccine?
Episode 18 | 14m 7s | Video has closed captioning.
After 40 years of trying, why don’t we have an HIV vaccine? Did you know that even without a vaccine, we have antiviral medication that is 99 percent effective at preventing HIV? So why isn’t that good enough? The U.S. and the world have a goal of ending HIV as a major health threat by the year 2030, but is that realistic? Lots of questions, and we’ve got some answers.
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